Translation for 'clericalism' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   clericalism | -
clericalism {noun}
клерикализъм {м}
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Translation for 'clericalism' from English to Bulgarian

clericalism {noun}
клерикализъм {м}пол.религ.
Usage Examples English
  • Such anti-clericalism is much more easily attributed to the fashionable anti-clericalism of Febronian Catholicism favored by those in power in Mozart's social ambit at this period, which still reflected curiously a very conservative Counter-Reformation aesthetic environment.
  • There are controversies about the emergence of clericalism in Iran. Some scholars believe that clericalism dates back to 1000 years ago.
  • The "Magnum Crimen" is a book about clericalism in Croatia from the end of 19th century until the end of the Second World War.
  • Although anti-clericalism was a major issue in France, the secular leader Léon Gambetta proclaimed, "Anti-clericalism is not an article for export", and he supported Lavigerie's work.
  • Pajović's areas of interest are Balkan politics with the special focus on Montenegro, analysis of right-wing populism and clericalism rise, post-capitalism economy, degrowth, anarchism and total liberation theory.

  • Under the pseudonym of Maurice Voituron or Joseph Boniface he wrote pamphlets against the clericalism, the Catholic intolerance and the power of the Church in Belgium.
  • La Calotte appeared every week on 16 pages, half of which was illustrated with anti-clerical satirical drawings. The rest consisted of texts, songs, jokes, denouncing clericalism.
  • He chose to organize the material around six themes: socialism, pacifism, anti-clericalism, political battles, economic and social questions, and the world and men.
  • Trouillot, who was known for his anti-clericalism, followed a traditional policy in dealing with industrial issues.
  • Anti-clericalism is opposition to religious authority, typically in social or political matters.

  • They relocated to Devon from Spain at this time due to anti-clericalism, purchasing it from the Sisters of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, who had themselves taken it on due to earlier anti-clericalism in France, to which by 1932 they were able to return.
  • Before 1930, anti-clericalism was deeply rooted in the historic region of Catalonia, which made Barcelona and its industrial workers a major center of the Republicanism during the Civil War.
  • In 1936, during the Spanish Civil War, Carthusians were affected by the widespread anti-clericalism; two of these, from the Charterhouse of Montalegre, have so far been recognized.
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