church text

church text

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a heavy typeface in Gothic style
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The view expressed was that, at this stage, though already there are crossovers, few were convinced that it was wise or timely to focus discussion around the Called to be the One Church text. (71) Others supported the idea that there needed to be greater coherence--not necessarily direct continuity--between Called to be the One Church and NMC, such as with respect to baptismal practice.
The Faith and Order Commission highlighted this in the Nature and Mission of the Church text. They note that churches agree on the value of diversity in the church but disagree on the amount of diversity to be maintained.
Prosecutors say Kucharski violated the no-contact order of his bail on May 16, less than 24 hours after he posted bail and was released from jail, when a friend from church texted Beth Dunlap's mother.
They were a part of the everyday life of our ancestors before they were transformed by fairy tales and church texts into the mythical creatures we know today.
Looking at New Testament and early church texts, Douglas shows that Jesus was understood and celebrated as the female divine.
For Catholics in the deaf community, there are a number of issues regarding authentic sign language translations of church texts that need to be addressed.
May 24, popularly known as the Day of Saint Cyril, is the day when we recall the deeds of the great brothers of Tessaloniki, Cyril and Methodius, the authors of the first Slav alphabet with which a number of church texts were translated in the 9th century in the language of the Macedonian Slavs from the region of Tessaloniki, and in which the famous Pannonian Legends were written.
First, he said difficulty lies in wanting to homogenize local and universal church texts, although he acknowledged that Catholic participation in our region to the spirit of the Synod was impressive in its insistence on Christian presence and responsibility in the Middle East.
He reassesses well-known and lesser-known New Testament, Church texts, and little-known/unpublished later Jewish writings.
Fortunately, his ability to read ancient Church texts and his inside knowledge of the priesthood have become invaluable in exposing the cancer in the Church.
Altering church texts in liturgical settings is an important step in recognizing that we are all equal members in the Body of Christ.