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con·cil·i·ar

 (kən-sĭl′ē-ər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or generated by a council: a conciliar appointment made by the governor; conciliar edicts.

[From Latin concilium, council; see council.]

conciliar

(kənˈsɪlɪə)
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) of, from, or by means of a council, esp an ecclesiastical one
conˈciliarly adv

con•cil•i•ar

(kənˈsɪl i ər)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or issued by a council.
[1650–60; < Latin concili(um) council + -ar1]
con•cil′i•ar•ly, adv.
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Chapters 3 and 4 address the two major results of the conciliar debates and votes: the primacy of the pope and infallibility.
Este estudio, publicado en italiano en 2012, con motivo del 50[grados] aniversario del comienzo del evento conciliar, constituye una apretada sintesis de los estudios realizados con anterioridad.
The article concludes that despite such objections, the statement has a crucial ecumenical significance, and that, for the first time in its history, the Orthodox Church has taken a conciliar decision with regard to participation in the ecumenical movement and engagement in theological dialogue with other Christian churches and confessions.
He discusses ecumenical attitudes and premises for ecumenical ecclesiology from Amsterdam in 1948 to Montreal in 1963, mutual accountability and conciliar fellowship from Montreal in 1963 to Canberra in 1991, mutual accountability and the church as koinonia until 1998, and a systematic theological evaluation.
El ritmo de vida moderno o los acontecimientos puntuales que van surgiendo, hacen que a veces nos cueste conciliar el sueno y como consecuencia estamos cansados durante todo el dia.
A proposal of some of the fathers for a permanent board of bishops, a concilium episcoporum centrale, to assist the pontiff (not unlike that created by Pope Francis) went nowhere, while Paul VI, whose "red pencil" was quite active in reviewing the conciliar documents, substituted his version of the synod of bishops for the one suggested by the conciliar debate.
This masterly and impassioned analysis of the current state of the conciliar ecumenical movement is the product of many decades of leadership within the movement in North America and globally.
El Seminario Conciliar ha sido historicamente un centro educativo eclesiastico de importantes implicaciones religiosas y socioculturales, como lo prueban las tesis realizadas desde hace algunos anos sobre Seminarios Conciliares desde el ambito de la Historia de la Educacion y la Educacion Comparada.
MOLINA GONZALEZ, Jose Rafael: La formacion pedagogica en el Seminario Conciliar San Miguel Arcangel de Pamplona 1831-1978, UNED, 2014.
Seguimos en espera de conciliar el desarrollo con la libertad y el bienestar social.
Dentro de esta Orden ha sido profesor de filosofia y religion, asesor regional de CVX, profesor en el Seminario Conciliar, juez en el tribunal eclesiastico regional de Concepcion, vicerrector del Santuario del Padre Hurtado, vicario parroquial en Jesus Obrero y delegado del Arzobispo para el Dialogo Ecumenico, entre otras labores.
Keys to the Council offers accessible and responsible theological reflection on twenty passages that the book's co-authors have selected as "interpretive keys" from among the conciliar texts.