He did not even say that those who upheld what he calls 'tenets of popery' were to be silenced.
"popery, sir, clane popery," he whispered across Grannie to Philip.
popery can only gain strength two ways—by positive persecution, and by indifference as to its movements.
popery is the vampire that is sucking the life-blood of the country.
Greater triumphs there never were in time of popery than were this Easter at the resurrection and at her high mass.
We hear nothing in England but the old songs about popery, and superstition, and all that.
Of course, Knox was always ready to ridicule such "remnants of paganism and popery."
The arts owe much to popery, and popery owes much of its universality to the arts.
The only real cry in the country is the proper and just old No popery cry.
While Daniel beheld the little horn, (popery) he said, among other things, he would think to change times and laws.