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charismatic movement

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1. (Protestantism) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
2. (Roman Catholic Church) Christianity any of various groups, within existing denominations, that emphasize communal prayer and the charismatic gifts of speaking in tongues, healing, etc
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Advertisements for Archbishop Nicholas Dimcan-Williams, the founder of a charismatic church in Ghana, frequently show him wielding a sword, suggesting his power over negative spiritual forces, and he is constantly referred to as an "apostle of strategic warfare prayer.
Wright himself was raised Catholic, then became involved in a charismatic church and now calls himself a Catholic-liturgical-charismatic evangelical.
Among the topics are Christians crossing boundaries through Sister Church relationships, Korean missionaries preaching the gospel to all nations including the US, the subversion of caste in rural South India, otherworldly rhetoric and this-worldly organization in an African-based charismatic church in Germany, and Pentecostal imagination and mobilization of identity in the French migrant context.
The American charismatic church, for example, supports Israel automatically, even at the risk of threatening long-term Jewish security.
Pastor Napier said: "We are an international non-denominational charismatic church.
I am with a pretty conservative charismatic church, but they like what I do.
Many Catholics and Protestants also attend Pentecostal or charismatic church services.
It is said that from the steps of the office preached John Wesley, the charismatic Church of England clergyman who inspired a movement that led to Methodism.
A charismatic church preacher was facing prison last night after being convicted of preying on some of his flock of young women for sex.
Although nominally second in charge at Christ the King Church he was undoubtedly the most powerful and charismatic church figure in the strong Irish Catholic community in Coundon.
In My Father's House, which echoes Alvin Ailey's Revelations, was woven around a charismatic church service led by a magnetic clergyman.
The ceremony, which took place on a boat on the Danube River between Germany and Austria, was performed by Archbishop Romulo Antonio Braschi, founder of the breakaway Catholic-Apostolic Charismatic Church of Jesus the King.