Presbyterium


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Pres`by`te´ri`um


n.1.(Arch.) Same as Presbytery, 4.
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Both priests were on their way back to Guiuan after attending the presbyterium meeting of the Diocese of Borongan.
La sinodalidad se manifiesta en diversos planos, sea en el ambito de la universal comunion de las Iglesias, sea en las relaciones de los Obispos con el Papa y entre si; entre cada Obispo y el presbyterium de la Iglesia local; y entre pastores y fieles en el seno de cada Iglesia local (sinodos diocesanos, consejos pastorales y parroquiales, etc.
In a statement, Medroso and the rest of the Presbyterium of the Diocese of Tagbilaran mourned the death of Biliran whom he described as 'a gift to the Church as he was very generous, meek and humble, and was known to be a good Pastor.
In dioceses such as Idukki and Thamarassery, Church's involvement in politics has divided even the presbyterium and the community into many factions.
In other words, the pope stands "among the bishops not as Peter among the apostles, but as a definitive Peter in his own local church, constituting and enabling their manifold presence as Peter in their own local churches, with each local presbyterium representing the apostolic college.
Pourtant, jamais sans doute la carriere curiale n'a ete aussi nettement facteur d'ascension sociale, sachant que la periode voit egalement--comme outre-Atlantique--une modification de la sociologie du clerge paroissial : aux clercs d'Ancien Regime issus des notables urbains succede un presbyterium d'origine plus rurale et paysanne pour qui la cure des ames est aussi une veritable carriere.
Certainly, the presbyterium is the council of the bishop (cf.
A diocese is tidily defined in Canon Law, following the Second Vatican Council, as 'a portion of the people of God, which is entrusted to a Bishop to be nurtured by him, with the cooperation of the presbyterium, in such a way that, remaining close to its pastor and gathered by him through the Gospel and the Eucharist in the Holy Spirit, it constitutes a particular Church.
First registered in 1659, approved by Rome in 1664, the order Societas Presbyterium a San Sulpicio, a Catholic Society of Apostolic Life, received letters patent in 1713.
lt;<A este respecto, necesita una profundizacion teologica mas detenida la hipotesis de un "colegio diaconal" en tomo al obispo, en cuanto expresion del ordo diaconorum, semejante al presbyterium y en comunion con el.
Allen also reports on another curial document, Presbyterium Ordinis, which, like other recent Roman documents, stresses the otherness and superiority of the clergy.