reunionism

re·un·ion·ist

 (rē-yo͞on′yə-nĭst)
n.
One who advocates reunion, as of divided parties or sects, especially the reunion of the Catholic and Protestant branches of Christianity.

re·un′ion·ism n.
re·un′ion·is′tic adj.

reunionism

advocacy of the reunion of the Anglican and Catholic churches. — reunionist, n. — reunionistic, adj.
See also: Protestantism
advocacy of the reunion of the Anglican and Catholic churches. — reunionist, n.reunionistic, adj.
See also: Catholicism
advocacy of the reunion of the Anglican and Catholic churches. — reunionist, n. — reunionistic, adj.
See also: Religion
the qualities of a reunion or social gathering. — reunionist, n.
See also: Behavior
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58) Grant's legacy of Christian mercy and kindness was the one position on which a majority of white Americans could agree and which provided the basis for the emotional reunionism of the funeral in cementing the nation even more tightly together.