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peritus

(pɛˈriːtəs)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) a Catholic theological expert and consultant who gives advice at an ecumenical council of the church
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Joseph Ratzinger had served at the Second Vatican Council (1962-65) as a peritus, or theological adviser, to Cardinal Joseph Frings of Cologne, Germany.
Peritus suam conclusionem in his elementis fundat: in personalitate debili mulieris ostensa usque ab adulescentia (Summ.
Cheemin Bo-Linn is CEO and President of Peritus Partners, Inc.
Since I was a peritus at Vatican II's Secretariat for Christian Unity and participated in the composition of the statement on Judaism and the Jews, Ms.
Three of those make the list of Top 20 funds, including its AdvisorShares Peritus High Yield ETF (HYLD); its AdvisorShares Newfleet Multi-Sector Income Fund (MINC), a short-term bond fund; and the AdvisorShares TrimTabs Float Shrink ETF (TTFS), a U.
Alberto Melloni points out that Giuseppe Dossetti's mostly behind-the-scenes contribution to Vatican II was as Cardinal Giacomo Lercaro's peritus.
In earlier books commenting on the reforms of the council, where he was a peritus or theological adviser from 1962-1965, he said that the unity of the Church is rooted in the Episcopate (the bishops who are the magisterium or the teaching authority of the Church) and the unity of the bishops requires the existence of a fellow bishop who is head of the college of bishops-the Bishop of Rome and successor of St.
uk Above: The combined Bangor Normal College and University College football team which went by the name of Peritus FC.
Tres tot il deviendra l'homme de confiance du cardinal Suenens qui le fera nommer peritus du concile en mars 1963.