preconciliar

preconciliar

(ˌpriːkənˈsɪlɪə)
adj
(Roman Catholic Church) (in the Catholic church) of or pertaining to a period prior to a church council, particularly one of the Vatican Councils
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As to the final Preconciliar Document (PD), (2) one has to acknowledge that it seemed more like a document produced from the top down, lacking the freshness and variety of life of the local churches, at the parish or even the diocesan level.
20) The rugged religious division between Protestants and Catholics in preconciliar Switzerland may explain why Journet articulated such a broad embrace of grace.
Joseph Ratzinger's postconciliar reservations about GS can be understood not in terms of a desired return to a preconciliar suspicion of the world and separation of nature and grace but in terms of an Augustinian concern that an emphasis on the created autonomy of the world would make revelation and faith an arbitrary imposition on top of a natural substrate.
Lorenzo Pons (1844-1906) (2): un estudio convenientemente contextualizado, documentado y apologetico, sobre la actuacion del primer obispo de Montevideo, que inauguro el corpus historiografico preconciliar.
18) Jungmann's preconciliar kerygmatic movement challenged the static thinking of scholasticism found in traditional catechisms.
En 1976, una conferencia preconciliar habia aprobado una agenda de diez items para el Concilio.
At times, these historical sketches become slightly facile, but, on the whole, I found them to be fair, with a less alienated view of preconciliar approaches than one often finds.
Los llamo a dejar las villas y volver al claustro, que es casi un procedimiento preconciliar.
Mas adelante, los obispos diran que para eso sera necesario superar el modelo pastoral preconciliar y de cristiandad--la "pastoral de conservacion""basada en una sacramentalizacion con poco enfasis en la previa evangelizacion"; la pastoral de "una epoca en que las estructuras sociales coincidian con las estructuras religiosas.
The most significant way Benedict has pulled the rug out from under postconciliar liturgical renewal has been his unrestricted readmission in 2007 of the preconciliar Latin liturgy.
This preconciliar Missale Romanum is what Pope Benedict XVI calls the "extraordinary form," now one of two equally valid forms of "the one Roman liturgy.