Ever since the Roman Catholic Church and China began a dialogue in the 1980s, it was known that, one day, the Vatican would have to decide what to do about the nation's Catholic population, divided between those who had suffered persecution for remaining loyal to the pope and others had joined the schismatic
church created by the Communist Party of China, which did not recognize the authority of the pope but was subject to the sway of the party through the state-created Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association.
If the move to replace the bishops goes forward, Zen said, "the Vatican would be giving the blessing" to "the new strengthened schismatic
Members of the Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church fear that if their church starts holding services together with priests from the "schismatic
" Macedonian Orthodox Church without consent from other Orthodox Churches, it could be proclaimed schismatic
itself by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
After climate change, economic inequality has become the greatest challenge facing the capitalist Western economies, says Brown; it was a major factor in Britain voting to leave the European Union and in the schismatic
political campaigns of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump in the US.
In a schismatic
world, we stood out for our 'acceptance of homosexuality, expanded roles for women and immigrants,' as stated by Pew Research Center.
The city is prismatic Laid out all around And loses what's schismatic
Disjointed from the sound And walking made me nosey To peer down every hole Headed to the Mersey Down the streets of Liverpool.
or heretical sects) must be rebaptized.
Conservatives will eat themselves in the schismatic
referendum on Europe and struggle to repair the split party.
It took me a few more moments to realize that the feeling of primal dread arising from the depths of my subconscious at the sight of the list was linked to the vestiges of my Soviet childhood, when schismatic
denunciations occasionally tore apart the Soviet writers union.
Wendell Berry is an example of the way localists defy party structures and schismatic
divides: he's an outspoken environmentalist who often lambasts capitalists for their ruthless treatment of land and resources, yet he also upholds traditional family values and principles of conservation that are decidedly conservative.
Shaikh Al-Azhar in his speech suggested that the Kingdom of Bahrain continues to patronize the dialogue and interaction firstly between followers of Islamic doctrines to agree on common denominations then to proceed with national and Islamic unity shunning schismatic
conflicts which should not be a substance that sows or creates strife amongst compatriots.
The confrontational, schismatic
dynamic that was established in that month has defined Lebanese politics ever since.