Definition of papism in English:

papism

noun

derogatory
  • See papist

    • ‘Christ is constantly being "corrected" in Papism and has largely been replaced by the Bible amongst the Protestants; in both cases, the Incarnate Logos (Word) is replaced by scholasticism (separation of intellect from life) and heresy.’
    • ‘Many Protestants died of the fevers because of their objection to taking a drug associated with papism - Oliver Cromwell is thought to have been amongst them.’
    • ‘Dunbar balanced his apparently cavalier attitude towards the Kirk by occasionally cracking down on papism, a proven means of garnering positive public opinion without risking controversy.’

Pronunciation

papism

/ˈpeɪpɪz(ə)m/