from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a title of the pope; -- formerly given also to Greek bishops and Greek emperors.
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Actual sin is our inconformity to God and his holiness expressed in the particular commands of the law.
Bernard, a monk of Clugny, was revered as a saint throughout Europe, and everywhere consulted for his holiness and wisdom.
Then Norogna was satisfied that Xavier was truly a saint, and that his holiness was not incompatible with the gaiety of his conversation.
Entering the Franciscan Order, he became known for his holiness of life, and was appointed confessor to Princess Mary.
Dr. Cullen was succeeded by Dr. Kirby, well known for his holiness of life.