« Advocates, Consistorial Advocates of St. Peter Advocatus Dei, Diaboli. »

Advocates of St. Peter

ADVOCATES OF ST. PETER: An association of Roman Catholic jurists formed on the occasion of the episcopal jubilee of Pius IX. in 1876, for the purpose of asserting and vindicating the rights and teaching of the Church and of the Holy See. The organization, which was blessed by Pius IX., received a signal mark of approbation from Leo XIII. in 1878, when its constitution was approved in a papal brief. From Rome, where its headquarters were established, it has spread into all the countries of Europe, but is unknown in the United States.

John T. Creagh.

« Advocates, Consistorial Advocates of St. Peter Advocatus Dei, Diaboli. »
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