collegiality


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col·le·gi·al·i·ty

 (kə-lē′jē-ăl′ĭ-tē)
n.
1. Shared power and authority vested among colleagues.
2. Roman Catholic Church The doctrine that bishops collectively share collegiate power.

col•le•gi•al•i•ty

(kəˌli dʒiˈæl ɪ ti, -gi-)

n.
cooperative interaction among colleagues.
[1885–90]
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Eventually, the majority was successful in inserting into the draft of the "Dogmatic Constitution on the Church," Lumen gentium, an affirmation of episcopal collegiality in fairly general terms.
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The work, which was published last year by Columba Press, examines how Vatican II's teachings on collegiality, or how power and responsibility were to be shared between bishops and the pope, have been sidetracked or yet to be implemented.
That experience, however, did not change my view that routine lobbying during the en banc process, aimed at controlling the law of the court whenever possible, can impair the collegiality of a court.
Susan Ross, chair of the department of theology at Loyola University Chicago, said that the Vatican II notion of collegiality among bishops "must be looked at quite seriously.
According to the American College of Trial Lawyers, "Fellowship in the College is extended by invitation only, after a careful investigation, to those experienced trial lawyers who have mastered the art of advocacy and whose professional careers have been marked by the highest standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility and collegiality.
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Following these largely personal reflections, I want to focus now on the topic of episcopal collegiality at Vatican II.
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The program was followed by a barbecue lunch to promote collegiality.
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