Definition of Ecclesiastical States. Meaning of Ecclesiastical States. Synonyms of Ecclesiastical States

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Definition of Ecclesiastical States

Ecclesiastical States
Ecclesiastical Ec*cle`si*as"tic*al, a. [See Ecclesiastical, a.] Of or pertaining to the church; relating to the organization or government of the church; not secular; as, ecclesiastical affairs or history; ecclesiastical courts. Every circumstance of ecclesiastical order and discipline was an abomination. --Cowper. Ecclesiastical commissioners for England, a permanent commission established by Parliament in 1836, to consider and report upon the affairs of the Established Church. Ecclesiastical courts, courts for maintaining the discipline of the Established Church; -- called also Christian courts. [Eng.] Ecclesiastical law, a combination of civil and canon law as administered in ecclesiastical courts. [Eng.] Ecclesiastical modes (Mus.), the church modes, or the scales anciently used. Ecclesiastical States, the territory formerly subject to the Pope of Rome as its temporal ruler; -- called also States of the Church.

Meaning of Ecclesiastical States from wikipedia

- temporal power of the pope, as opposed to his ecclesiastical primacy. By 1861, much of the Papal States' territory had been conquered by the Kingdom of...
- Ecclesiastical Latin, also called Church Latin, Liturgical Latin or Italian Latin, is a form of Latin initially developed to discuss Christian thought...
- form the corporation. Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Ecclesiastical Property in the United States" . Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company...
- Conference but have no vote. In the United States, each archbishop is also the metropolitan bishop of an ecclesiastical province that encomp****es several adjacent...
- concordats with states. The Cardinal Secretary of State was concurrently prefect of the Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs with the...
- An ecclesiastical court, also called court Christian or court spiritual, is any of certain courts having jurisdiction mainly in spiritual or religious...
- Ecclesiastical addresses are the formal styles of address used for members of the clergy. Pope: Pope (Regnal Name); His Holiness; Your Holiness; Holy Father...
- Ecclesiastical polity is the operational and governance structure of a church or of a Christian denomination. It also denotes the ministerial structure...
- America comprise 14 episcopal conferences, which together include 100 ecclesiastical provinces, each of which is headed by a Metropolitan archbishop. The...
- whether the mediatized states survived in some form or lost all individuality. The secularisation of ecclesiastical states took place concurrently with...
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