Translation of anticlerical in Spanish:

anticlerical

anticlerical, adj.

Pronunciation /antɪˈklɛrɪk(ə)l//ˌæn(t)iˈklərək(ə)l//ˌæntaɪˈklərək(ə)l/

adjective

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    anticlerical
    • It was one response to the powerful tide of socialist, anticlerical thought, particularly powerful at the end of the First World War.
    • As in Italy, men continued to manifest anticlerical traditions and to attend church only on selected occasions, such as weddings and funerals.
    • This claim should be contrasted with the anticlerical, even antireligious, tone of the more radical voices of the French Enlightenment.
    • Even the anticlerical radicals often saw the tradition of Our Lady of Guadalupe as a valuable part of the popular history of the nation.
    • Voltaire is not a lot more anticlerical than Boccaccio, who's as medieval as they come.
    • His father was an anticlerical, Socialist blacksmith, his mother a schoolteacher.
    • Before the First World War, Belgian political life was dominated by rivalry between Catholics and the nonconfessional and at times anticlerical Liberals.
    • Despite his obvious personal interest in the revolution of 1399, he was also a vigorous defender of the English church from heresy and anticlerical threats.
    • A deputy for the Socialist Party from 1902, he joined the Radical government as Minister of Public Instruction and Worship in 1906, where he was responsible for the introduction of sweeping anticlerical measures.
    • After a century or more of anticlerical persecution, moreover, Catholics were fully integrated into the political mainstream, and exercised considerable leverage over political decisions relating to education.
    • The Fascists had their roots in bitterly anticlerical Italian radical nationalism, Mussolini himself having been a Socialist leader until the First World War.
    • Even the anticlerical Giuseppe Verdi and the nonbelieving James Joyce express the central values of the Catholic imagination.
    • Bolivar's anticlerical policies of the mid-1820s affected both the male and female orders, and Bolivar's program has received ample attention for Bolivia.
    • The Church exploited to the full the political implications of anticlerical legislation.
    • The impact of the Revolution outside France was also strong, due to the victories of French armies, which implemented the government's anticlerical policies upon the conquered regions.
    • He observed that he was the victim of a tide of radicalism sweeping Europe: revolution in Russia, anticlerical radicalism in France, socialist advance in Germany.
    • Unlikely colonial alliances were regularly established, therefore, between diehard anticlerical republicans and committed Catholics.
    • Yet the Third Reich's policies also involved rural depopulation and anticlerical violence.
    • The other camp in France was the anticlerical one, which also had its share of crusaders.
    • conflict precipitated by a failed military coup d’état in July 1936, itself provoked by violent social and anticlerical disorders following the election of a Popular Front government.