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Recusant | Definition of Recusant by Merriam-Webster

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Latin recusant-, recusans, present participle of recusare to reject, oppose, from re-+ causari to give a reason, from causa cause, reason. First Known Use: circa 1553

Recusancy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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In the history of England and Wales, recusancy was the state of those who refused to attend Anglican services; these individuals were known as recusants. [1]

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Our friends over at Reconquista alert us to the following letter, signed by Pope Francis, to the "Pontifical Council for the Promotion of the New Evangilisation".

Recusant - definition of recusant by The Free Dictionary

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Joshua Rann, who gave out his bass notes with unusual complacency and threw an extra ray of severity into the glances he sent over his spectacles at the recusant Will ...

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This scrupulosity gave mortal offence at the castle; and the recusant parson was doomed to ridicule as a pious fool, and to ruin.

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Recusant-class light destroyer - Wookieepedia - Wikia

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The Recusant-class light destroyer, also known as the Recusant-class support destroyer, commonly referred to as the Commerce Guild destroyer, and additionally known ...

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The Recusant - Recent Articles - ... An unofficial SSPX newsletter, fighting a guerilla war for the soul of Tradition!

recusant - Wiktionary

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recusant. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search. Contents. 1 English. 1.1 Etymology; 1.2 Pronunciation; 1.3 Noun.

Recusants - definition of Recusants by The Free Dictionary

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Fawkes was a staunch Catholic and a member of the Recusants, the group which formed most of the plotters.