regalism

Related to regalism: regionalism

regalism

(ˈriːɡəlɪzəm)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the principle that royalty have the highest power, esp when referring to church affairs

regalism

the tenets of royal supremacy, especially in church affairs.
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These works define the structure of the book and, although each chapter is to an extent self-contained and examines the political, social and intellectual context in which the work in question was created, there are obvious links between the chapters, and DelDonna stresses the extent to which important ideas such as regalism overarch virtually everything.
O'Hara deftly captures the contradictions of enlightened regalism: "The very reform designed to eliminate caste distinctions from the city's religious practice increased the visibility of those divisions" (p.
Oliveira returned to Portugal in March 1543 in the train of the papal nuncio Lippomano, who was to try to moderate the outbreak of regalism when King John appointed his younger brother, Cardinal Henry, to head the Holy OBce.
However, it was not until the beginning of the twentieth century, free from regalism and under republican rule, that several Catholic orders established and developed themselves in Brazil.
smidT, Bourbon Regalism and the Importation of Gallicanism: the Political Path for a State Religion in Eighteenth-Century Spain, en Anuario de Historia de la Iglesia, 19 (2010), pp.
Fourth, there was an ongoing conflict within the Church over education and regalism; this important schism enabled an attack on the Jesuits to proceed under the cover of Catholic tradition, in which the leading anti-Jesuit spokesmen were fellow Churchmen.
The regalism of Spain's Charles III intersected with what many consider to be the pinnacle of Enlightenment in Spain.