Regular Clerk of St. Paul

Definition of Regular Clerk of St. Paul 

: a member of a Roman Catholic congregation founded in 1530 in Milan

called also Barnabite

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History and Etymology for Regular Clerk of St. Paul

after St. Paul about a.d. 67 Christian apostle to the Gentiles

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