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Pres`byt´er`al


a.1.Of or pertaining to a presbyter or presbytery; presbyterial.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Summary: Kochi (Kerala) [India], July 21 (ANI): A section of the priests of Archdiocese of Angamaly and Ernakulam have called off their hunger strike, Father Kuriakose Mundadan, secretary of the Presbyteral Council, said.
He was also a member of the Presbyteral Council, Vice-Chancellor, and head of the archdiocese's Commission for Youth.
Such seems to be the case with those who scream schism or invoke "heresy" at the prospect of discussions about the discipline of presbyteral celibacy or the role of women in the Roman Church, such as the German bishops have recently suggested.
Since 2013, he has been serving as the Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy, a member of the College of Consultors and of the Presbyteral Council.
Since 2013, he has been serving as the Episcopal Vicar for the Clergy, member of the College of Consultors and of the Presbyteral Council.
This in turn spurred the creation of the Primate's Commission on Theological Education and Formation for Presbyteral Ministry at the General Synod later that same year.
Among Dossetti's seven recommendations (302-10) are pastoral "signs of reconciliation and hope" that convey the pope's episcopal solicitude for the people of his diocese, Rome, especially those who have experienced failure in their fidelity to their wedding or presbyteral vows.
In my denomination's presbyteral model, it is already challenging enough for outsiders to determine who provides the oversight, and the proposed model would exacerbate that situation.
Canon law grants the head of a diocese the power to close or suppress any parish under canon 515, so long as they consult their presbyteral councils.
'For my part' Terry wrote to a friend, 'I cannot recall a single occasion when Cardinal Freemanaccepted any advice I gave him as Chairman of the Presbyteral Council.' It was a judgment he was to repeat on Cardinal Clancy, after their argument, in 1987.
The committee, along with the diocesan Presbyteral Council, agreed that a merger was practical and Bishop McManus approved combining the parishes.