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Definition of "scholasticate" []

  • A house in which advanced courses in philosophy, theology, and science are given to candidates for the priesthood in the Jesuit Order. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "scholasticate" in a sentence
  • "It is equipped with a novitiate and senior scholasticate, at Ferndale, in the Diocese of Hartford, an apostolic college at"
  • "The houses of study for religious are the Jesuit scholasticate at Grand Coteau, and the Benedictine scholasticate of St. Benedict at St. Benedict, La."
  • "At the end of their first year of probation, the young Brothers enter the scholasticate, where they spend more or less time according to the nature of the duties to be assigned to them."