nihil obstat


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nihil obstat

Roman Catholic Church’s inscription in books denoting no objection to literary content. [Christian Hist.: Misc.]
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Incluso cuando al Ministro del Interior le llegaban protestas de alguna autoridad o directamente del publico, contra el nihil obstat apenas concedido, Bocchini nunca desmentia la opinion de Zurlo, y suscribia, sin cambiar ni una coma, la puntualisima y detallada respuesta del censor al ministro.
29) The lack of transparency and reciprocity in procedures of imposing the nihil obstat and issuing condemnations of the work of individual theologians remains a persistent point of critique by theologians; see, e.
The condition for granting the church's nihil obstat is renaming the position as the "Chair in Ecumenics and Confessional Studies" and restricting it to that area.
Nihil Obstat is a remarkable scholarly work of encyclopedic scope, from the former East Germany, to the curious case of Albanian society's religious tolerance (p.
Louis University was put "on the carpet," and I was practically tarred and feathered (though not burned at the stake) for daring to examine Catholic textbooks that carried an imprimatur and nihil obstat.
It has and deserves the mass culture industry's nihil obstat.
based accounting firm that repeatedly gave its nihil obstat to B.
We feel our right to commercial speech has been violated, and it was almost violated a second time as the MBTA took more than eight days to sit in judgment of our 'Censored' ad before giving its nihil obstat," said Berkowitz.
Aunque no sean del todo identicos el procedimiento del nihil obstat y el bischofliches Erinnerungsrecht en la practica son muy similares (p.
This work, unlike the other, has the Church's nihil obstat and imprimatur.
Even in Sabrina Ramet's comprehensive 1998 study Nihil Obstat, a book ostensibly written to show that "throughout what used to be called the Soviet-East European Region, literally nothing stands in the way of new religious movements, groups, and associations", (10) the underlying issue remains the contorted transition to the democratic order rather than religious freedom specifically.
Se hizo capellan castrense y, como tal, participo en la primera guerra mundial; seguidamente, trabajo como capellan en las carceles hasta 1924, cuando, con el nihil obstat del arzobispo de Breslau (hoy Wroclaw), cardenal Bertram, en un clima ya mas distendido, fue llamado a la catedra de Nuevo Testamento en la Facultad de Teologia de esa ciudad.