canonical structure

canonical structure

[kə′nän·ə·kəl ′strək·chər]
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This new rule repairs at least twenty-six irregular cadences to their canonical structure (thirty-two by a less conservative count).
Canon 4 of the First Council of Nicea establishes that bishops rule their dioceses, but they are subject to the synod of bishops, of which the metropolitan is the president; this canonical structure is "the backbone of all Eastern Christian legal polity" (200).
Previous findings: the canonical structure of locative expressions
To return to a point made at the outset of this article, there can be no "one size fits all" solution to the question of how best to organize a Catholic school under civil law to correlate with the requirements of canon law, or the best structure to choose in canon law to correlate its canonical structure with an appropriate civil law structure.
In this Apostolic Constitution the Holy Father has introduced a canonical structure that provides for such corporate reunion by establishing Personal Ordinariates, which will allow former Anglicans to enter full communion with the Catholic Church while preserving elements of the distinctive Anglican spiritual and liturgical patrimony.
The canonical structure of [alpha]N - [beta]H associated with the finite eigenvalues is the same as that of [alpha][DELTA] - [beta] [THETA].
Total canonical structure coefficients indicated moderate to high correlations between the first canonical correlate and all dimensions of perceived benefit.
In contrast, with Superhumanisation[TM] the frameworks are chosen on the basis of matched canonical structure, resulting in products that are less immunogenic, yet better retain the properties of the starting antibody.
If, and when, a consensus is reached between the SSPX and Rome, there is still the question of what canonical structure will be granted them.
The overall opinion of the group was that LCWR could not unconditionally accept the Vatican's mandate that the leadership conference reform its statutes and structures but neither did the group want to walk away from the canonical structure of LCWR.
Other observers believe the Vatican might instead offer the Lefebvrites a "personal prelature," a canonical structure akin to a nonterritorial diocese led by a prelate.
Pius X may hold attitudes quite so hard, and perhaps a new apostolic administration or other canonical structure to allow them to return to communion while maintaining their liturgical and spiritual traditions, an idea that has been much floated in recent months, would be a reasonable concession.