ecclesial


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ecclesial

(ɪˌkliːzɪəl)
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(Ecclesiastical Terms) another word for ecclesiastical
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Summary: Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai will travel to Damascus in June to attend the inauguration ceremony of the new headquarters of the Roman Orthodox Patriarchate, ecclesial sources told The Daily Star Sunday.
He outlines a vibrant, liturgical Christian spirituality by marshalling a vast storehouse of ecclesial tradition to illuminate the key passages from the 16 documents of the Second Vatican Council.
That council had famously invited observers from ecclesial communities other than the Roman Catholic Church, and the commentators in The Ecumenical Review were among those Orthodox, Anglican and Protestant theologians following developments in Rome: Oscar Cullmann, Robert McAfee Brown, Paul Evdokimov, J.
The ecclesial sources said that Obama used the term "Syrian government" instead of "regime" which is usually used in US to describe the rule in Syria.
After four years of training, the Salt Lake City diocese certified 85 people to lay ecclesial ministry Aug.
In addition to exposing the rapid growth of Spirit-filled religion focusing on speaking in tongues and faith-healing, Hartch aptly documents the transformative role of base ecclesial communities (CEBs) and new ecclesial movements (NEBs), which are largely formed and led by laity and which offer an alternative for Catholics confronted by the growth of Pentecostalism.
He considers a socio-anthropological analysis of the family in society, a contextual analysis of the family in Ghana, roots of the early Christian idea of church as family, ecclesial models in Vatican II, a contextual ecclesial model of church-as-family, and the theology of church-as-family.
This essay examines the prospect of ecumenical unity in light of issues pertaining to ecclesial identity, mutual accountability, and hospitality.
strategically prudent to devote such energies to ecclesial partnerships
Nonetheless, I find that if I want something more substantial than a New York Times bestseller, more often than not I turn to Christians from ecclesial traditions: Catholics, Lutherans, and now and then a confessional Presbyterian.
This issue features three research articles, including a study that explores Catholic school students' ecclesial agency and the dilemma schools face when teaching about controversial intra-Church topics.
A "twofold ecclesial reality" would allow for a global Anglican body that fully shared certain teachings, he said, with associated local churches relating to this body but in less formal ways.