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  Papist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Papist is a term, usually disparaging, referring to a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
It survives in the British legal system one of the surviving relics of the Penal Laws, Catholic ineligibility to the throne under the current law of the United Kingdom.
Fears that Roman Catholic secular leaders would be Anti-Protestant arose during the suppression of the Catholic Church in England during the reign of Henry VIII and the subsequent persecution of Protestants during the reign of the Roman Catholic Mary I of England.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Papist   (368 words)

  
 Gilder Lehrman Center: Sources:
And be it enacted, That no Papist, or person professing the Popish or Roman Catholic religion shall be liable to, or subject to any penalty for not attending divine service on the Sabbath-day, called Sunday, in his or her parish church.
By the 10th clause, the estate of a Papist, for want of a Protestant heir, is to be divided, share and share alike, among all his sons; for want of sons, among his daughters; and, for want of daughters, among the collateral kindred of the father.
The 16th clause provides, that a Papist teaching school publicly, or in a private house, or as usher to a Protestant, shall be deemed and prosecuted as a Popish regular convict.
www.yale.edu /glc/archive/896.htm   (1321 words)

  
 Untitled Document
No papist shall inherit or take any other interests in land owned by a Protestant, unless the papist shall conform to the protestant religion within six months of the time at which he would be entitled to said lands.
And the estate shall be chargeable with such sums for the maintenance and portions of the daughters and younger sons of such papist as the court of chancery shall appoint, not to exceed the value of one third of the estate.
All debts and incumbrances that a papist may contract to encumber his real estate must be publicly recorded in the court of exchequer within six months after the making thereof, or the same shall not encumber the estate during such time as it shall belong to a protestant.
www.law.umn.edu /irishlaw/land.html   (1248 words)

  
 Why 'Anti-Papist' ?
Papist is a derisive term meaning "Roman Catholic".
It is also a legal term that defines ineligibility for the throne under the current law of the United Kingdom.
Under the Act of Settlement enacted in 1701, no "Papist," nor anyone who marries a "Papist," may succeed to the throne of the United Kingdom.
www.geocities.com /alcovey1/anti-papist.html   (364 words)

  
 open book: Are you a Papist?
I mean "Papist" light-heartedly, as ought to be clear from the fact that I refer to persons of my own persuasion as "Prods." There is, however and alas, not much light-heartedness in the area of self-identification nowadays, and for all I know I may be causing people to gasp, sputter, and swoon.
Papist is a term which has outlived its history; its origins are in the late 16th century, it lived throught the 16th, the 17th, and the 18th century, and still had emotional force in the 19th...but I think by the 20th few could use it unselfconsciously any more.
The term Papist from a non-Catholic is akin to someone flying the Confederate Flag and stating it is symbolic of states rights when the true intent is deeply darker.
amywelborn.typepad.com /openbook/2005/06/are_you_a_papis.html   (11274 words)

  
 papist - definition by dict.die.net   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
papist adj : of or relating to or supporting Romanism; "the Roman Catholic Church" [syn: Roman, r.c.
, Romanist, romish, Roman Catholic, popish, papistic, papistical] n : a Roman Catholic who is a strong advocate of the papacy
See Pape, Pope.] A Roman catholic; one who adheres to the Church of Rome and the authority of the pope; -- an offensive designation applied to Roman Catholics by their opponents.
dict.die.net /papist   (69 words)

  
 A Papist take on the English bard - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Rev. Peter Milward, S.J., articulated his position on Shakespeare's background in Elizabethan recusant Catholicism, on which his recent book, Shakespeare the Papist, was written, in a lecture Monday after being honored earlier in the day by the Burns Library.
Shakespeare, he said, was influenced by the extreme injustice suffered by the Papists under Elizabeth's rule.
In Shakespeare the Papist, Milward analyzed each of Shakespeare's plays in chronological order, using evidence from the texts as well as historical background to prove that the playwright was in fact a Papist.
www.bcheights.com /news/2006/03/23/News/A.Papist.Take.On.The.English.Bard-1714449.shtml   (388 words)

  
 Levellers' No Papist Nor Presbyterian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
That all penall Statutes against non-conformists in Religion may be forthwith repealed, and made null, since for the most part all the well-affected and conscientious men of this Kingdome are as well concerned therein, and lyable thereunto, as the Papists.
That Papists in Armes may be no worse dealt with in their Compositions then others in Armes; since to lay a Fine or mulct upon their Religion, is no waies in order to Liberty of Conscience.
But supposing it to be lawfull or warranted by the Word of God, to persecute the Papists or any other sort of people professing Christ, yet we have observed in these last 7.
www.libertystory.net /LSDOCNOPAPISTNORPRESBYTERIAN.htm   (494 words)

  
 Papist - Wikipedia
Papist er et protestantisk begrep som brukes for å referere til katolikker.
Ordet var i alminnelig bruk i protestantiske land, særlig Storbritannia, frem til midten av det 19.
århundre, og er fremdeles et juridisk begrep, i den forstand at personer som bekjenner seg til «the popish religion» eller gifter seg med en «papist» gjennom Act of Settlement fra 1701 er utelukket fra den britiske tronfølgen.
no.wikipedia.org /wiki/Papist   (155 words)

  
 Did William Shakespeare Die a Papist?
Unlike his contemporary Christopher Marlow, a wild and restless man who courted disaster and died young, Shakespeare seemed to have solved the fine balance between art and life through a sheer shrewdness that was necessary for survival.
Yet will the urban legend that surfaced in the Cotswolds in the late 17th century that Shakespeare had "dyed a papiste" ever be verifiable?
Well, you will certainly have the truth revealed if you die a "papist" and obtain heaven yourself.
www.catholiceducation.org /articles/arts/al0208.html   (1437 words)

  
 Succession to the Crown Bill [HL]
marrying papists” and the words “or person marrying a papist”.
In section 2, the words “or shall marry a papist”.
papists” and the words “or person marrying a
www.publications.parliament.uk /pa/ld200405/ldbills/011/05011.1-i.html   (315 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In mocking Cardinal Martino, who is speaking within his proper capacity as president of a pontifical council, American Papist minimizes the importance of the Roman Curia and its legitimate right to form the consciences of Catholics.
He also attacks Katerina's intelligence, telling her that her reasoning is tainted by her passion as an immigrant herself and that she may lack the ability to handle the topic intelligently altogether.
Instead, he mocks the Cardinal.

In his post, American Papist fails to note that Martino's comments were made out of the very context of the recent 93rd World Day for Migrants and Refugees, held on October 18, 2006.
beta.blogger.com /feeds/30896218/posts/default/116361337891465094   (811 words)

  
 Serbian Leader Feared "Papist Plot"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Milosevic leaned in close, telling the reporter that the war unfolding in Croatia was a "Papist plot".
His claims brought a fiery response from Milosevic, who said he did not remember the conversation and would not describe the Catholic Church in disparaging terms.
I don't think you will remember me using the word Papist at all." He said he could not remember giving the interview, either.
www.iwpr.net /?p=tri&s=f&o=164284&apc_state=henitri2003   (868 words)

  
 AmericanPapist: Not Your Average Catholic!
Here at AmP I love promoting good papist content, especially of the multimedia variety (this is a blog, after all).
And it is at this nexus in the plot that I’m putting on my papist glasses to find out what Apocalypto is about.
As those who have seen the movie know, it is the arrival of the conquistadors that provides the ending twist that saves Jaguar Paw (after all his valiant efforts).
www.americanpapist.com /blog.html   (3192 words)

  
 "The Anonymous Works of Robert Boyle"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Robert Boyle was the author of several works that appeared without his name on the title page.
It has long been assumed that one of these was Reasons Why a Protestant Should not Turn Papist (London, 1687), but this has never been established.
This essay reviews all the available evidence about Boyle's authorship, denies the attribution, and identifies the real author as the Scottish physician David Abercromby (d.
home.messiah.edu /~tdavis/papist.htm   (109 words)

  
 Pontifications » Blog Archive » Become a Papist? Inconceivable!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In 1974, during the first semester of my senior year at Bard College, I was introduced to a philosophical argument for the existence of God, a variation of the argument from design, with specific reference to human consciousness and our ability to apprehend and know reality.
The Pontificator is being drawn closer to the heart of God and he does so not thinking of his salvation but of thinking of what is true and acting accordingly.
There is no compassion that Christ laid his life down for — for Yahweh does not demand sacrifices, but a contrite and a compassionate heart.
catholica.pontifications.net /?p=939   (6756 words)

  
 Proud to be Papist T-Shirt > Neat Stuff-O-Rama | CafePress   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
If people are going to call you a Papist, why not take it as a compliment.
Show the world you love the Pope and are praying for him.
Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms of Service.
www.cafepress.com /neatstufforama.21452786   (70 words)

  
 www.myspace.com/what_me_catholic
Me and my blog confess full conformity to Church Doctrine and values, and full obedience, filial devotion and admiration of the current Successor of St Peter, His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI.
Historically, during the Protestant Reformation, Prots called Catholics Papists, as a derogatory name, meant to mock the them.
I turn the insult on its head, and call myself Nekic, the Proud and Most Illustrious Papist.
www.myspace.com /what_me_catholic   (1706 words)

  
 papist - French-English Dictionary WordReference.com
We found no French translation for 'papist' in our English to French Dictionary.
Or did you want to translate 'papist' from French to English?
Forum discussions with the word(s) 'papist' in the title:
www.wordreference.com /enfr/papist   (49 words)

  
 Papist and the Hangman
The papist walks his cell he cannot sleep
The colonel reads the sentence which the papist knows by heart
The papist, head held high, says not a thing.
www.affthecuff.org.uk /songs/papist.html   (320 words)

  
 Sapientia Press of Ave Maria University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Since Milward is the premier and pioneering scholar of Sharkespeare's Catholic background, Shakespeare the Papist is the definitive work we have been waiting for."
Milward offers a comprehensive, chronological study of the entire corpus of Shakespeare’s drama and argues for both a conspicuous and subtle Catholic presence in the plays and characters.
Shakespeare the Papist is an important contribution to the renewed scholarly interest in this topic.”
www.avemaria.edu /Shop/shopexd.asp?id=100   (331 words)

  
 The Papist Question in China - Asia Finest Discussion Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
What should be done about the papist problem in China?
Is there such a thing, Catholicism no longer really wields centralized power, what papist problem are you talking about?
As soon as China is modernizes even more, it will reject Christianity just like Europe...
www.asiafinest.com /forum/index.php?showtopic=35682   (222 words)

  
 The Bryan Talbot Gallery: The Papist Affair thumbnail gallery
The Bryan Talbot Gallery: The Papist Affair thumbnail gallery
It is with inexpressible pride that I present here the first ever appearance of Luther Arkwright in print in the exuberant, and hysterical Papist Affair!
The design of this page is copyright 1999 by James Robertson: all images are copyright 1999 by Bryan Talbot
www.bryan-talbot.com /papist-affair/papist-affair.gallery.html   (201 words)

  
 SermonAudio.com - BENNY HINN The Papist Shill
In our bulletins ladies corner the bible reference given is Luke 21:9-19,(It was not clear in the recording).
After setting up the bible doctrine of Separation and marking of Apostates and false church people, we set up and show just what a reprobate Devil possessed apostate papist Benny Hinn (PROUNOUNCED “SINN” is. The references and quotes are undeniable as Benny blasphemes God effortlessly.
BENNY HINN FALWELL HAGEE apostate papist rome jp2 TBN crouch
www.sermonaudio.com /sermoninfo.asp?sermonID=1090683515   (456 words)

  
 The Papist Poggius the Papist Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
The Papist Poggius the Papist Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Your search: Books » Author: The Papist Poggius the Papist
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www.alibris.co.uk /search/books/author/The_Papist_Poggius_the_Papist   (196 words)

  
 Posters Prints - Edmund Campion Suspected of Papist Leanings Hanged Art Giclee Print - Artist: - Poster Size: 24x18 - ...
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 Amazon.com: Shakespeare the Papist (Sapientia Classics): Books: Peter Milward   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
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This book is eloquent, even poignant...Shakespeare the Papist is the definitive work we have been waiting for.
Shakespeare the Papist (Sapientia Classics) by Peter Milward $27.95
www.amazon.com /Shakespeare-Papist-Sapientia-Classics-Milward/dp/193258921X   (688 words)

  
 Mike Power's Weblog - MrPower2 - Papist or Rapist?
Mike Power's Weblog - MrPower2 - Papist or Rapist?
The notion that you can make the world a better place by making it illegal to say nasty and dangerous things has the intellectual sloppiness, the headline-seeking shallowness, the philosophical carelessness and the creepy mix of the sinister with the sanctimonious, that marks it out as absolutely characteristic of our Prime Minister’s mind.
Check out the pictures and you decide, papist or rapist, priest or predator (yeah, I know, they're not mutually exclusive!).
mikepower.net /mrpower2/2006/2/3/papist-or-rapist.html   (909 words)

  
 A TANGLED WEB: Papist Overdrive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
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