spiritualty


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spiritualty

(ˈspɪrɪtjʊəltɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the clergy collectively
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) another word for spirituality

spir•it•u•al•ty

(ˈspɪr ɪ tʃu əl ti)

n., pl. -ties.
1. Often, spiritualties. spirituality (def. 3).
2. the body of ecclesiastics; the clergy.
[1350–1400; Middle English spiritualte < Middle French < Medieval Latin spīrituālitās; see spirituality]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spiritualty - property or income owned by a churchspiritualty - property or income owned by a church
belongings, property, holding - something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property";
temporality, temporalty - the worldly possessions of a church
benefice, ecclesiastical benefice - an endowed church office giving income to its holder
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The city mayor Taalabek Sarybashov, chairman of Osh local council Japarbek Ormonov, representatives of spiritualty, heads of the city organizations, departments, elderlies and residents of the Osh districts attended the prayers.
Also at this time, our minds will stop thinking about food, and shift to other areas of life, including spiritualty, religion, and more.
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Indeed, Oblate life in the past largely centered on following the rituals of the monastery itself and deepening one's personal spiritualty under the direction of monks and sisters.
Material is woven together in thematic chapters on agency, memory, knowledge, activism and social movements, and spiritualty. The book is the result of seven sets of interviews, including interviews collected for an unpublished project about border and peace activists in Tucson, Arizona.
We suggest that a variable that distinguishes a sizable sub-group of those two million people who get married each year is their religion and spiritualty. That variable is salient in the understanding of marriage, infidelity, and forgiveness.
On the other hand, if the relationship was either positive or non-significant, religiosity would be expected to suppress the relationship--if positive, the magnitude of the relationship between existential spiritualty and distress would increase in the positive direction; if non-significant, the magnitude of relationship would increase in the positive direction and might become significant as well.
Accordingly, the individual-centerd model of implementation or encouragement of spiritualty starts with the individual (Turner, 1999).
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Berry suggests that "just as we can no longer live simply within the physical universe of Newton so we can no longer live spiritually within the limits of our earlier traditions." (48) Since we have become autistic in our interrelations with the natural world and we are people of cultural pathology, a certain type of spiritualty does not provide us with seeing the beauty and value of the rest of creation because it focuses on a human-centric perspective.