use popish in a sentence.
Lutheran authorities inveighed against this remnant of what they called popish and anti-Christian superstition.
From History News Network: Retailers helped establish Christmas as an American tradition by persuading Protestants to overcome centuries of hostility to the holiday, which had long been identified as a popish import.
Probably all these things, even the destruction of shrines and images, reflect a certain rapacity in the king's nature rather than hostility to what would now be called popish practices.
Well, let them be called popish, for the Pope is their master.
A strange story was got up that there was what was called a popish plot for killing the king, and putting James on the throne.