masspriest

masspriest

(ˈmæsˌpriːst)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) derogatory a Roman Catholic priest
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Every masspriest ought to behave so that he is called sacerd, that is a Greek word (5); and in Latin sacrum dans and in our language holy giver"
2) Robertson's point was that whether in the Ovidian satire called The Art of Courtly Love presented to the court of Marie de Champagne by her Masspriest, Andreas Capellanus, or in burlesque allegories such as Le Roman de la Rose and, from his point of view, the elegant faiblesse of Chretien's Lancelot, "what is being satirized is not 'courtly love' at all, but idolatrous passion" ("Concept of Courtly Love" 3).
The masspriest will say to the people the meaning of the gospel in English.