ecclesiastic


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ecclesiastic

1. a clergyman or other person in holy orders
2. of or associated with the Christian Church or clergy
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This was said in a communique issued in Tamale on Thursday and inked by Naameh at the end of a joint global conference of Tamale Ecclesiastic Province Pastoral Conference (TEPPCON).
Find answer far right An original double ecclesiastic style front door leads into the porch with vaulted beamed ceiling and tiled floor, this in turn leads to the beautiful hallway with high ceilings and stairs to first floor.
Our design approach was a simple insertion of poured in place cast concrete brutalist elements using an ecclesiastic design approach.
The country today is an international business hotspot, as well as a destination for any tourist looking to experience fine cuisine, ecclesiastic art and a fusion of striking architecture.
The Ecclesiastic Insurance Group has warned that visitors to St Peter's Church, in Pedmore, Stourbridge, could be at risk of injury due to spiked railings around archaic graves.
It combines modern living with many original ecclesiastic features.
Bernard was a French ecclesiastic known as "the poor priest" (le pauvre pretre).
An uneducated membership relied on one trained ecclesiastic for its guidance.
The first ecclesiastic of the first century Christian movement to compile an anthology sacred writings and advocate them as a canon of scripture for Christian study and theology, Marcion of Sinope (c.
The event was attended by head of the National Guard Stylianos Nasis, political, military and ecclesiastic officials, foreign dignitaries as well as relatives of the victims from the Mari tragedy.
This is the first full moon on or after March 21 - the ecclesiastic vernal equinox.
Time Topic Maronite Patriarch Mar Beshara Boutros Rahi chairs monthly periodic meeting of the Maronite Bishops Council to tackle array of national and ecclesiastic affairs.