ecclesial


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ecclesial

(ɪˌkliːzɪəl)
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(Ecclesiastical Terms) another word for ecclesiastical
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Interest focuses essentially upon the qualitative dimensions of catholicity and orthodoxy - that is, on the integral relationship between ecclesial authenticity and a particular kind of communitarian ethos, an atmosphere in which individualism and legalism are alike overcome in a life of mutual dependence and consensus.
The ECC was formed as a national ecclesial body when delegates from 13 independent catholic communities from across the U.
We all need to reflect on the varied movements of the Spirit in our church today However, there is a serious omission in your overview, with no mention of lay ecclesial ministers.
4) This conversion event and the call to ecclesial conversion, which its documents encapsulate, continue to challenge us.
It points to an unrecognized, underappreciated, and unresolved problem in the theory of Catholic education's aims regarding the desired ecclesial agency that educated Catholic lay persons are expected to learn from their experiences in Catholic schools.
At the core of this well-balanced study and perhaps the very subject matter it addresses is the inherent challenge of securing ecclesial identity wholly apart from institutional coerciveness.
Did we trust the ecclesial culture of our new partners enough to allow ourselves to manifest visible unity?
Lay ecclesial minister" is a broader category than just pastoral coordinators, or what are increasingly being called "parish life coordinators.
The book deals with the topic from the perspective of ecclesial movements.
But leaders who tolerate such division in a Catholic institution under the banner of diversity of perspectives, freedom, or tolerance, are engaging in a kind of self-deception; for they substitute the genuine good of ecclesial unity for the empirical aspect of unity--that is, the feeling and appearance of a unified community.
The network is also "building an ecclesial body" in the event the Anglican Church of Canada "walks apart from the global Communion, and such a structure is required by the primates as necessary to become fully recognized members of the Anglican Communion," according to an explanatory document distributed to delegates.
And with this rise of empathy for gays there also came to me the wish to make their situation better: to remove the condemnation, the ridicule, and the social and ecclesial prohibitions.