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excommunicate

RC Church
1. having incurred such a sentence
2. an excommunicated person
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The statement said: " Dsh through its sectarian hostilities and terror practices grants some of the pillars of power and their allies of criminal militia justification for more repressive policies , suggesting that there is a reciprocal undeclared service between the sectarian Authority and excommunicating Dsh make both of them living on the other and provides justifications to prolong the presence of each other making so of Iraq an intolerable hell for the Iraqis.
7 issue of NCR gave an incorrect date for a Vatican decree excommunicating the "Danube Seven," the first seven women ordained by the organization.
It was only a matter of time before bishops would recognize the hypocrisy of excommunicating young women who work in the abortion industry, and yet support voting for pro-abortion politicians, or worse, participate in state funerals for Catholic former Prime Ministers who made public abortion possible and acceptable.
He penned a mighty strong encyclical excommunicating everyone who ordered or participated in the seizure of the Papal States.
This volume is not without flaws: Poole, for instance, incomprehensibly alleges that "By The Tempest, that which had destroyed Timon becomes common cognition" (211), and Daniell, in an otherwise masterful piece, attributes the infamous 1570 bull of Pope Pius V excommunicating Elizabeth to Gregory XIII.