She was always by the King to keep him in the straight way of reform, to safeguard him against a relapse into ultramontanism.
He lays more than the usual stress on ultramontanism as an influence.
In fact, their own maxims may be turned against them with great power, in this matter of ultramontanism.
The growing democracy and the growing ultramontanism came into collision.
It would take the Christianity of the nation, at its last gasp, and dose it anew with ultramontanism.
He sinks the Conservative principles of the Reaction, and gives prominence only to its ultramontanism.
In literature the tendency appears as romanticism, in politics as legitimism, in religion as ultramontanism.
That the Reaction is thus identified with ultramontanism, is a fact which its leading spirits would be the very last to deny.
Ireland has been for the last two generations brought into absolute captivity to the principles of ultramontanism.
ultramontanism is, in Europe, a political and not merely a theological word,—its meaning results from its history.