Petrine


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Pe·trine

 (pē′trīn′)
adj.
Of or relating to Saint Peter.

[Late Latin Petrus, Saint Peter + -ine.]

Petrine

(ˈpiːtraɪn)
adj
1. (Bible) New Testament of or relating to St Peter, his position of leadership, or the epistles, etc, attributed to him
2. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church of or relating to the supremacy in the Church that the pope is regarded as having inherited from St Peter: the Petrine claims.

Pe•trine

(ˈpi traɪn, -trɪn)

adj.
of or pertaining to the apostle Peter or the Epistles bearing his name.
[1840–50; < Late Latin Petr(us) Peter1 + -ine1]
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There is absolutely no doubt regarding the validity of my resignation from the Petrine ministry," Benedict, 86, who now has the title "pope emeritus," said in a letter to the Italian website Vatican Insider published on Wednesday.
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