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synaxis

(sɪˈnæksɪs)
n
(Christian Churches, other) an early Christian meeting, esp to celebrate the Eucharist
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I'm guilty myself," said Charles Chan Massey, chief executive of Synaxis Meetings & Events, a management firm, who uses the time walking to and from meetings and business lunches to catch up on calls, texts and emails.
The preparations for the Council took over half of a century with the participation of all the local Orthodox Churches, without any exception, and which, with God's blessing, we convened according to the unanimous decision of all the Primates of the local Orthodox Churches taken at the Synaxis of January 2016 here, in Chambesy.
superior o el synaxis de acuerdo a la tipica [regla propia], [seccion]2.
La eucaristia, entendida principalmente no como una cosa y un instrumento de gracia objetivizado, sino como un acto y una synaxis de la Iglesia local, un acto "catolico" de una Iglesia "catolica", puede, por consiguiente, ser importante en cualquier intento de entender la catolicidad de la Iglesia>> (6).
The second, "Performing Silence and Regulating Sound: The Monastic Soundscape of Saint-Jean-des-Vignes" by Sheila Bonde and Clark Maines, looks at the sonic space of an Augustinian community, examining the periods of sound and silence which comprise its synaxis.
Each Orthodox church was permitted to bring up to 25 bishops and six advisers to the council, procedures for which were finalized last January by the Orthodox Synaxis, or assembly of Orthodox primates, after a century of on-off planning.
Since the Church reveals itself to be catholic in the synaxis of the local Church, this catholicity must truly manifest itself in communion with the other Churches which confess the same apostolic faith and share the same basic ecclesial structure, beginning with those close at hand in virtue of their common responsibility for mission in that region which is theirs.
64) The mystic held the chrism in the same regard as the eucharist; "in dignity and effectiveness it is on a level with the sacred rite of the synaxis.
La Iglesia Ortodoxa Oriental lo venera junto con los arcangeles durante la Synaxis del arcangel Miguel y los otros poderes, cada 8 de noviembre.
Papathanasiou, tutor at Hellenic Open University and editor-in-chief of Synaxis.
Quando ergo se Quando ergo se Quando ergo se ajuntam a solenizar ajuntam a solenyzar ajuntam a as festas as quaaes as festas, as quaaes ssollenjzar as elles 'chama' elles chama synaxis, festas as quaaes sinaxis,' logo he logo he posto elles chamom synaxis posto selencio asy silencio, assy como logo he posto como he hua he hua multidoe de sellencio assy como multidooe de fraires fraires, assy huu he hua moltidooe de 'assy hu'u soo antre soo antre elles fraires assy huu soo elles fale.
Synaxis of the Archangel Michael and the other Bodiless Powers of Heaven (Eastern Christianity)