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gladiator

(in ancient Rome and Etruria) a man trained to fight in arenas to provide entertainment
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Por su naturaleza, el munus episcopale implica un claro e inequivoco derecho y deber de gobierno, que incluye tambien el aspecto jurisdiccional.
Felicis natalis nostri die iidem ut principis primi quoque scholarum mittantur ad provincias curiosi anniversarium munus acturi, ita caute atque ita sollerter, ut sub binorum tantum copia veredorum, ultra usurpatione cessante, ne capita contrahantur, remotas quoque peragrent stationes et callida machinamenta commeantium ac simulatae observationis ingenia et fraudes depellant.
A nocao de munus refere-se, nesse sentido, ao elemento que garante o vinculo comunitario: e a reciprocidade que forma o vinculo entre pessoas, tornando-as parte de uma comunidade.
Sensus fideiy munus docendi se implican, pues, como momentos internos del ejercicio del munus propheticum de la Iglesia (33).
Apostolos suos habria tomado una posicion intermedia; no niega la posibilidad de un munus magisterial, pero le exige ciertas condiciones sine qua non para tal ejercicio (Pastor, "Authenticum episcoporum magisterium", 117).
Paul VI, Apostolic Constitution Regimini ecclesiae universae (August 15, 1967) introduction: "Hue accedit, ut Congregationum Praepositi et Membra, sive Cardinales sive Episcopi, et Consultores in posterum nonnisi ad quinquennium assumentur, licet eiusmodi munus iis possit Summi Pontificis iudicio prorogari.
A special issue on "From Ecclesia in Africa to Africae Munus: Seminar on "Interreligious Collaboration in the Spirit of Africae Munus,' Lagos, Nigeria, 20-23, March 2012" (Nos.
Fernando Ocariz wrote in an article entitled The Lay Faithful and the New Evangelization, "the evangelizing capacity and responsibility (the munus propheticum) of the lay faithful is not delegated by the hierarchy, but comes directly from Jesus Christ, through Baptism and Confirmation.
His 1920 encyclical Pawn, Dei Munus Pulcherrimum sought international reconciliation.
This 'gift' turns the individual towards the other and away from itself: 'what predominates in the munus is .
The change is wrought simply by showing many games but games turned into food, the embellishment, serving, and eating of food, even as venatio is turned into a main course of boar and thrushes: as Echion's remarks suggest, munus has become epulum, epulum munus.
2) John Paul II, "Ecclesia in Africa;' Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1995, "Ecclesia in America," Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1999, "Ecclesia in Oceana," Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2001; "Ecclesia in Europa," Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2003; Synod of Bishops, "Jesus Christ the Saviour and his Mission of Love and Service in Asia" Libreria Editrce Vaticana, 1999; Benedict XVI, "Africae Munus (Africa's Commitment)," Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2011, "Middle East.