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ecclesiastical

of or relating to the Christian Church
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The old episcopal city of Regensburg has an impressive history of ecclesiastical architecture.
Microhistories of women and men of different social classes take the reader across the capital cities and the provincial towns of central and northern Italy and into the courtrooms of ecclesiastical trials covering a chronological span that goes from the fourteenth to the early eighteenth centuries.
On the Protestant side, the conflict between the ecclesiastical and the secular views is thereby defused.
Indeed, the minimal ecclesiological presupposition is confirmed not only by the long-lasting procedures for determining the constitutional principles of the WCC's foundation, but also by the ecclesiastical character of the decisions of the Christian churches and confessions to accept the constitutional principles that govern their participation in the institutional expressions of the ecumenical movement.
Waddams is the first scholar to do a detailed analysis of the records of defamation cases in the ecclesiastical courts in the nineteenth century.
Richardson said: "I can confirm that the sale of Ecclesiastical has taken place via Anthony Stroud on behalf of a client in Hong Kong.
Thus, at the very moment the French government was trying the highest-ranking Vichy official ever accused of complicity in crimes against humanity, the French bishops were, in effect, delivering a verdict on self-imposed charges that ecclesiastical docility (their word) in the face of catastrophe had caused the church not just to be complicit in these crimes but, in so doing, to have violated divine laws and to have failed in its divinely ordained mission.
"A lot of wine from ecclesiastical suppliers is poor quality.
Just as this country pioneered separation of powers as a way to help prevent excessive concentrations of power, so too has church-state separation operated to help block the coalescence of political and ecclesiastical power.
Several of the texts represent ecclesiastical attempts to regulate women and marriage in Anglo-Saxon society.
Release date- 20082019 - Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc ('Ecclesiastical'), the specialist financial services group, today announces its 2019 interim results.
The Movement For Good is run by specialist insurer Ecclesiastical, which invited members of the public to nominate causes close to their hearts.