Jewish and world leaders privately asked him to excommunicate Hitler, but he declined to do so.
And rather than fight with them, they'll just excommunicate and ignore him, which half of them have already done anyway, probably.
Ecclesiastical authorities could excommunicate; that was their engine of coercion.
I do not know whether he did not even threaten to excommunicate all of us, living and dead.
They denounced also all the prelats of Scotland and men of religion, exempt, and not exempt, excommunicate and accursed.
We should excommunicate rich and poor alike, and pretty freely too.
He had heard that Henry was ill, and therefore did not excommunicate him.
He comes to scoff and does not remain to pray, but rather to excommunicate.
He then proceeded to excommunicate several of those persons from whom he had received insults since his return to England.
As he was the father, it fell to him to rebuke his son and to excommunicate him for his sin.