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Basilian

(bəˈzɪlɪən)
n
(Christian Churches, other) a monk of the Eastern Christian order of St Basil, founded in Cappadocia in the 4th century ad
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He was ordained a priest of the Basilian Alepian Order of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church in 1947 and was appointed Patriarchal Vicar of Jerusalem and Archbishop of Caesarea in 1965.
The Basilian period (fifty-two years at time of publication) gets over three times the space.
The Basilian priest and scholar James Farge is well known to the small but international group of scholars who are interested in the legal, intellectual, institutional, and religious history of France during the first half of the sixteenth century.
We have to be careful that we do not become overly absorbed in the domestic life of the Church, but constantly face the world, address our place in it and our responsibility to it, said Basilian Fr.
Basilian priests and sisters of the Uniate service order Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate staffed the schools in many colonies.
Thanks to the ecumenical partnership of the seven schools of the Toronto School of Theology, he and I were in several classes together, including Professor Margaret O'Gara's course, "Christian Theologies in Dialogue" at the Basilian St.
The Basilian Fathers, and later the Redemptorists, served the parish.
73) ARCASJ, Roche Papers, 107/21/3, Copy of Letter of Basilian Superior, St.
John's Monastery was honored on Wednesday in a ceremony which had been organized by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Basilian Choueirite Order - Khenchara.
Most interesting of the many responses was that of Father Thomas Rosica, a Basilian priest and head of Canada's Catholic Salt + Light television network.
Founded in 1947 by the Basilian Fathers, UST is the only Catholic Liberal Arts University in Houston and is located in Houston's Museum District, near the Galleria and Texas Medical Center.