In 1969, General Synod adopted the model of a detached primacy
, in which primates were no longer burdened by the responsibilities of a diocesan bishop.
Whether the fledgling ESG movement will weaken the focus on shareholder primacy
is still an open question.
During brake testing from 80-0 kph, new Primacy
4 tires stopped at 25.5 meters from the braking point, worn Primacy
4 tires 29.3 meters.
Revered and Reviled points out an important fact that should shape our understanding of Vatican I and the last 150 years of church history: papal primacy
has been far more consequential than infallibility While papal infallibility has not changed dramatically the way popes teach, the contemporary papacy is much more marked by a form of primacy
that, in some respects, has gone far beyond the text and the spirit of Vatican I.
's revenue in the year ending 31 October 2016 was CDN 2m (GBP1.2 m) with profit before tax of CDN 0.9 m (GBP 0.6m).
In the first chapter the author presents the main points of the teaching of Vatican I on the jurisdictional primacy
of the bishop of Rome.
In general, the author of this booklet follows the old paths of describing, justifying, and interpreting primacy
. However, in a much-appreciated move, he considers as "urgent" the call to discern the "true characteristics of universal primacy
aside from administrative and juridical considerations" (26).
Yet there are signs that the shareholder primacy
cure has troubling side effects.
"London Welsh rugby club filed for arbitration over the RFU's decision not to promote them on the grounds of primacy
as they shared with Oxford United," explained McCarthy.
It's about primacy
of talent not primacy
RFU directors ratified findings of a report carried out by independent auditors that identified various London Welsh failures, including not having primacy
of tenure at their nominated Premiership ground - Oxford United's 12,500-capacity Kassam Stadium.
: the term itself is pregnant with meanings.