A great churchman , Hincmar, Archbishop of Rheims, was the deviser of the new arrangement.
The league at Florence had suggested getting a priest to attack Galileo but was reprimanded by a churchman , perhaps the Archbishop of Florence, at whose home they had met.
The Commons has voted by 321 to 204 to allow licensed fox hunting in England and Wales, provided that the fox is witnessed at all times by a Protestant and a Catholic churchman .
Daddy was a churchman whose churchmanship was recognized and honored by those who really knew him.
A lifelong churchman , Bishop Timothy decided at the age of 12 that he wanted to become a priest, and he always loved poetry and writing verse.
Or perhaps the remark was a mere evasion, a way of saying politely to a prominent churchman that Africans desperately need to end the culture of impunity.
After the war, a few prominent churchmen , some with close ties to the Vatican, helped major war criminals to escape justice.
These were the products of intellectuals, bishops, and churchmen who were nevertheless still connected with the diocesan and imperial courts, in some cases as chancellors.
Such statements are to be carefully considered as the prudential judgments of experienced churchmen .
Some churchmen , Gerson among them, disliked this freelance movement and were dubious about the emphasis on private experiences of ecstasy.