Church triumphant

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the church in heaven, enjoying a state of triumph, her warfare with evil being over; - distinguished from church militant. See under Militant.

See also: Church, Triumphant

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His findings are organized under the following chapters: unholy human beings and holy humanity in Kant's critical and practical philosophy, independence from nature: preparing the ground for Perpetual Peace in the third Critique, the problem of international politics: human beings within the mechanism of nature, the instruction of suffering: Kant's theological anthropology, and an all-unifying church triumphant.
Part of our ecclesiology, the theological study of the church, is the concept of the church triumphant, the saints in heaven enjoying the beatific vision, and the church militant, referring to us, the living.
The ancient frescoes which beautify Catholic churches envision all the faithful: the church militant, the church penitent, and the church triumphant shoulder to shoulder before the Lamb, becoming one with the Lamb.
If you join the Friends of the National Churches Trust in 2013, their sixtieth anniversary year, you will receive a free copy of The Church Triumphant, a hard backed edition of watercolours of English churches by artist Bob Moody.
I end this century-old flashback in Houpert's own words, "We do not expect the advent of a Church Triumphant before her time .
Ward's third definition of the church is as the mystical body of Christ (the Church Triumphant, in a traditional term, which--as in Dante--is the same as Heaven/Paradiso).
The Church triumphant that issued such paranoid sermons like that of Peter Chrysologus in 430 CE suggesting that the New Year's parade in Ravenna was "a 'procession of demons' (daemonum pompum) that included Saturn, Iupiter, Hercules, Diana and Vulcan.
These constitute the church triumphant in the communion of saints.
Like nattering to your friends, nattering to members of the church triumphant can be done in any language you like.
The entire work of intercession, from the saints in the church triumphant to possible saints in the church militant, was problematized by the Reformation, and not only in relation to purgatory.
The Counter-Reformation was, of course, in full force by this date (the edicts on art were published after the Council of Trent had finished in 1563), and its effect on religious art was not always a happy one, as Federico's eventual fresco of The Church Triumphant (fig.
These were the years of what is called the Church Triumphant, the post-Tridentine church full of confidence.