anti-catholicism anti-catholicism


  • (n) a religious orientation opposed to Catholicism


  • They have dispensed with their previous anti-semitismanti-catholicismanti-floridation to focus the meskins and queers.



  1. Mr Hagee, 68, said that after speaking with Catholic friends and officials, "I now have an improved understanding of the Catholic Church, its relation to the Jewish faith, and the history of anti-Catholicism."
    on May 13, 2008 By: John Hagee Source: ABC Online

  2. "And the fact that they pay absolutely no price for their propaganda shows beyond dispute that anti-Catholicism is the one bigotry Hollywood likes," said Donohue.
    on Mar 3, 2009 By: Bill Donohue Source: Hindu

  3. interview with the Sunday Herald, to accompany an exclusive article on the scandals, Devine said sectarianism was "constant" for most Catholics in Scotland, adding: "The proper name for it is anti-Catholicism."
    on May 29, 2010 By: Joseph Devine Source: Herald Scotland

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