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Paraclete

(pâr`əklēt), in the New Testament, title of the Holy Spirit, often translated as "Comforter" or "Advocate." In First John, Jesus himself is the "Paraclete."
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In 1983, Paraclete Press was founded and is the publishing house of the Community of Jesus, which is an ecumenical monastic community rooted in the Benedictine tradition.
The Servants of the Paraclete would not specify how many such priests live at the center today The Missouri State Highway Patrol's sex offender registry lists five who are convicted and who stay at the complex under court order.
MSA (NYSE: MSA), a manufacturer of safety equipment for worker and facility protection, has completed the sale of its North Carolina-based Paraclete Armor and Equipment business, to Protective Products Enterprises Inc.
PREACHING ORIGINATES in the sovereign movement of God's spirit, the Paraclete. Preaching, properly understood, can never emerge without the inspiration--or, inspiration--of God.
More than a decade before his death, he expressed a desire to no longer accept predators into the care of the Servants of the Paraclete. He wrote to the Archbishop of Mexico: "These men, Your Excellency, are devils, and the wrath of God is upon them, and if I were a bishop I would tremble when I failed to report them for involuntary laicization (removal of a priest from the priesthood)."
Sweeney describes himself as being Christian, once a devoted evangelical Protestant, who is now "almost Catholic." He is a prolific author and commentator on religion as well as being associate publisher of Paraclete Press, which has for many years published translations of works by female mystics and religious thinkers of the past.
Praying in Color Drawing a New Path to God By Sybil Macbeth Published by Paraclete Press, Massachussetts, 2007
Petersburg Bar Association magazine, Paraclete, donated free ad space to the program for one year.
His novels The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1972), Gossip from the Forest (1975) and Confederates (1979) were short-listed for the Booker Prize, while Bring Larks and Heroes (1967) and Three Cheers for the Paraclete (1968) are past winners of the Miles Franklin Literary Award.
Frederica Mathewes-Green, a founder of the Common Ground Network for Life and Choice, is the author, most recently, of First Fruits of Prayer (Paraclete).
Montanus promised the imminent descent of the Paraclete and the actual epiphany of the heavenly Jerusalem over the earthly one.
Paraclete Ministry, a ministry of the nonprofit Inter-Faith Advancement Ministries, has opened an office at 3660 Harlow Road specializing in alternative dispute resolution, including mediation, arbitration and counseling, intended to avoid litigation.