Definition of "gregorian" [gre•go•ri•an]

  • Pertaining to, or originated by, some person named Gregory, especially one of the popes of that name. (adjective)

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Use "gregorian" in a sentence
  • "One would also have to suppose that "gregorian" is supposed to mean the mass of 1962 guaranteed by the Holy Father to the faithful in every parish worldwide."
  • "It is also true that the Diocesan website recently began to announce a labeled "gregorian" rite and this is almost the only way a Catholic can find out about it."
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