PENA GARCIA, El nuevo proceso <<breviore coram episcopo>> para la declaracion de la nulidad matrimonial, Monitor Ecclesiasticus
130 (2015) 571, <<el Derecho canonico no se opone a caridad y misericordia o a pastoral, sino a arbitrariedad a inseguridad juridica y a injusticia>>.
147) A similar thought is found in the Latin tradition, but to the oil with which Mary anointed Jesus before his death; see Isidore, De ecclesiasticus
officiis 1:29, PL 83:764B; as well as Justin Martyr, Questions and Answers to the Orthodox 137, E.
This kind of wisdom is manifested in their fear of the Lord, as described in Ecclesiasticus
Actually, 25 species of spiders were found only in deciduous forests, they are: Cicurina arcuata Keyserling, 1887 (Agelenidae), Sphodros rufipes (Latreille, 1829) (Atypidae), Clubiona bryantae Gertsch, 1941, Clubiona saltitans Emerton, 1919 (Clubionidae), Drassodes auriculoides Barrows, 1919, Haplodrassus bicornis (Emerton, 1909), Herpyllus ecclesiasticus
Hentz, 1832, Litopyllus temporaries Chamberlin, 1922, Urozelotes rusticus (L.
In regard to having multiple wives, Ecclesiasticus
(122) writes: "It is a heartache and sorrow when one wife is the rival of another.
decepta, Herpyllus ecclesiasticus
Hentz, and Tennesseellum formica, were found in both locations in both microhabitats.
In the second century BCE a Wisdom writer in Jerusalem whom we refer to as Ben Sira wrote a massive work of Wisdom, preserved in Greek in the traditional Christian Old Testament (where it is often referred to as Ecclesiasticus
Riccioli gives the short phrase, "vas admirabile opus excelsi" (matching the Vulgate Ecclesiasticus
The critic who first revealed the existence of Felix Spencer believed the final lines of Hopkins' poem owed something to a passage in Ecclesiasticus
on craftsmanship: "So doth the smith sitting by the anvil and considering the iron work.
Then there is the romance of it all: Ecclesiasticus
had been known only in its Greek translation, but the syntax of the Greek suggested a Hebrew original.
Suddenly the air struck chill, as they realised that homo ecclesiasticus
was among them.
His skill is immense, but he turns the exhortation of Ecclesiasticus
, "Let us now praise famous men" completely on its head.