Ignatius of Loyola, there are two key moments that define his spirituality and charism
The requirements and names vary by community: Some allow almost anyone who commits to their charism
to join while others have age, gender or denominational requirements.
Part of this charism
of indefectibility is the gift of infallibility.
Catholics trace the origin of the bishop to the apostles, who believed he was endowed with a special charism
by the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
(28) Judith Merkle, Beyond Our Lights and Shadows: Charism
and Institution in the Church (London and New York: Bloomsbury T and T Clark, 2016), 143-68.
Merkle discusses the relationship between charism
and the institutional church in light of the changes that modernization brings to contemporary society and in the context of secular society and the place of religion as a whole in the mindset of contemporary life.
I was disappointed when he was moved from the parish to become president of Catholic Extension, but I see that his charism
is working the same magic there.
Welby added that Anglicans need to look at challenges in the Communion in the light of their charism
We often tend to understand the word charism
to mean a particular spiritual gift given by God to a person for the good of a religious institution like a church, a synagogue, a temple, or a mosque.
In what follows, I intend the term "biblical inspiration" to be understood as the charism
or special impulse of the Holy Spirit given to particular authors to compose and preserve in writing certain experiences of the event of divine revelation.
Francis himself), and papal interventions are almost an essential part of the Franciscan's perennial charism
." He suggests that it may take several decades for the issue to be resolved; in the meantime, Pope Francis has removed the Latin Mass from the Franciscan civil war (Canterbury Tales, July 2013).