How To Use Eastern church In A Sentence

  • The Eastern Church even has a word for the more provisional, interpretive activity; it is theologoumena (Θεολογούμενα), which is to say, simply, "to speak of God. Scott Cairns: The Feast of the Transfiguration
  • With the exception of the Maronites and Byzantine Italians, each Eastern church has its mirror image on both the Catholic and Orthodox side.
  • In Eastern Churches, baptism, Chrismation (Confirmation) and the Eucharist may be conferred at the same time for both unbaptized children and adult converts. Elections - fresh news by
  • Note the ICXC NIKA ( "Jesus Christ Conquers") Christogram on the antependium, something frequently seen in the Eastern Church and which Fortescue also adopted Adrian Fortescue and St. Hugh of Lincoln
  • In the Eastern Church Eusebius of Cæsarea (260-340) placed Jude among the antilegomena or the "disputed books, which are nevertheless known and accepted by the greater number" (Hist. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent
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  • Its canonicity would later be acknowledged by the Eastern Church in the seventh century C.E.
  • The correct view may well be that the pallium was introduced as a liturgical badge of the pope, and it does not seem improbable that it was adopted in imitation of its counterpart, the pontifical omophorion, already in vogue in the Eastern Church. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • In the Eastern Church this feast was known as analepsis, the taking up, and also as the episozomene, the salvation, denoting that by ascending into His glory Christ completed the work of our redemption. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • Any use of three identical human figures, although accepted by the Eastern Church in memory of Abraham's three angelic visitors, was prohibited in the West because of its suggestions of tritheism.
  • It is my understanding that the current debate preserves monastic celibacy within the religious orders, just as it does for the Eastern Church.
  • Except that the Revelation of John is still not part of the lectionary or canon in some Eastern and Middle Eastern churches.
  • The transfiguration is a feast which originated in the Eastern Church, becoming widely observed by the end of the first millennium. The light of Tabor
  • There's an iconostasis before the altar, just as in all Orthodox and Eastern churches - here the floors are piled with carpets, and on the walls there are huge, colourful icons.
  • St. Ephrem, one of the most renowned and lyrical homilists of the Eastern Church, beautifully described the praise of God flowing from us like a wellspring of water.
  • The monsignor is a professor of canon law in Rome, and consultor for the Congregation for Eastern Churches, the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, and other Roman Curia organizations. Challenges of Catholic-Orthodox Dialogue
  • Over the span of his life, El Greco moved from an environment dominated by the archaic patterns of piety of the Eastern Church to the febrile, religious atmosphere of Counter-Reformation.
  • In the Eastern Church this feast was known as the analepsis, "the taking up," and also as the episozomene, "the salvation," denoting that by ascending into his glory, Christ completed the work of our redemption. The Ascension of our Lord
  • It's a style that characterises Byzantine chant, which emerged in the Eastern Church, and is continued in today's Greek Orthodox tradition.
  • She has also proposed a creative revival of the order of deaconesses that once existed in the Eastern Church.

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