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'The prelature has not authorized anybody to solicit funds [for the said purpose],' Batanes prelature vice chancellor Fr.
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Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, Vatican spokesman, said that one possible solution (if the Vatican's requirements were met) would be a "personal prelature." This is a church jurisdiction without geographical boundaries designed to carry out certain pastoral initiatives.
The annual pilgrimage, taking place on May 8, 2011, is jointly organised by the Office of the Armenian Representative, Vartkes Mahdessian, and the Armenian Prelature of Cyprus, in close cooperation with the United Nations.
OPUS Dei is an organisation of the Catholic Church, known formally as The Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei.
Googling a runner Opus Dei 3.00 Southwell Opus Dei, which was formally known as The Prelature of the Holy Cross and Opus Dei, is an organisation within the Catholic Church that teaches that everyone is called to holiness and that ordinary life is a path to sanctity.
A priest of the Opus Dei prelature in Dublin, McGovern profiles ten priests that he says committed themselves to fully follow Christ as laborers in his vineyard at different stages in the history of the Roman Catholic Church.
Bishop Martin Jumoad of the prelature of Isabela said primary school age children have started arming themselves due to the escalation of hostilities in Mindanao.
Opus Dei was then declared a "personal prelature" by the Vatican which allowed the group more independence from the Church ( a fact some people feel is the reason for the influence it is thought to hold throughout the world.
The organization has long had its own order of priests, and in 1982, Pope John Paul II granted Opus Dei special status known as a "personal prelature." That means the group is overseen by its own bishop, who reports directly to the pope.
Officially, it is the Catholic Church's only "personal prelature." The movement's head, a bishop, resides in Rome, and members place themselves, for the purpose of spiritual formation, under his authority.
In 1982, Pope John Paul II gave the group the unique status of a personal prelature, meaning that it was above Catholic law and reported directly to the pope.