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ecclesial

(ɪˌkliːzɪəl)
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(Ecclesiastical Terms) another word for ecclesiastical
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The millennial papal apologies themselves and the ITC document's attempts to maintain control over the significance of such apologies raise questions about the issue of ecclesial holiness and sinfulness that exceed the limits of this essay.
A Comparison of the Ecclesial Base Communities and Pentecostalism--A Case Study in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
A Comparison of the Ecclesial Base Communities and Pentecostalism: A Case Study in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
This issue features three research articles, including a study that explores Catholic school students' ecclesial agency and the dilemma schools face when teaching about controversial intra-Church topics.
In Theology and Secularisation, a pastoral instruction issued at the end of March, 2006, the Spanish bishops say theologians have "disturbed ecclesial life and the faith of simple persons" through their dissent from the hierarchy, false teaching on the person of Jesus Christ, and negation of such "truths of our faith" as "the resurrection of the flesh, individual and final judgement, purgatory, and the real possibility of eternal damnation (hell), or eternal happiness (heaven)" (Tablet, Aug.
After a semester in Berlin, Loehe completed his studies in Erlangen and in 1830 performed very well on his exams, which earned from church authorities the comment "Capable of high ecclesial offices." However, his trial sermon was evaluated as too "mystical" by the examiner, although his exposition was based entirely upon the Lutheran doctrine of justification.
(Asked to comment on the status of the dissenting networks, Archbishop Williams replied: "There is no doubt in my mind that these networks are full members of the Anglican Communion, that is to say that their bishops, their clergy and their people are involved with the Communion which I share with them, which we all share with them." He added that, "formal ecclesial recognition of a network, as if it were a province, is not so simply in my hands or the hands of any individual.")
There are, I think, deeply intertwined ecclesial and political practices that have shaped modern Western Christians to read the Bible in supersessionist ways.
Interest focuses essentially upon the qualitative dimensions of catholicity and orthodoxy - that is, on the integral relationship between ecclesial authenticity and a particular kind of communitarian ethos, an atmosphere in which individualism and legalism are alike overcome in a life of mutual dependence and consensus.
A Church of Passion and Hope: The Formation of an Ecclesial Disposition From Ignatius Loyola to Pope Francis and the New Evangelization
After four years of training, the Salt Lake City diocese certified 85 people to lay ecclesial ministry Aug.
God is always drawing the believer to deeper and deeper intimacy with God, away from a self-absorbed life to a life directed toward God, and to a way of living that embraces self-giving love: "Love God with all your heart"; "Love your neighbor as yourself." So too with ecclesial conversion.