a member of the “Missionary Society of St. Paul the Apostle,” a community of priests founded in New York in 1858.
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How to use Paulist in a sentence
Sybil was a simple and devout worshipper at the ritualistic altar; she bent humbly before the Paulist fathers.Democracy An American Novel | Henry Adams
I asked a noble Paulist father whom I met once on a railroad train.That Last Waif | Horace Fletcher
That city has, also, a conciliar seminary in charge of the Paulist fathers, and two hospitals subordinate to the miter.
There was no time to visit the schools, to whose improvement the Paulist Government attaches high importance.South America To-day | Georges Clemenceau
The opening up of the interior led, about the year 1750, to the conquest of the Paulist Republic.The Story of the Nations: Portugal | H. Morse Stephens