Definition of Ecclesiastical. Meaning of Ecclesiastical. Synonyms of Ecclesiastical
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Definition of Ecclesiastical
EcclesiasticalEcclesiastical Ec*cle`si*as"tic*al, a. [See Ecclesiastical,
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 from wikipedia
in ecclesiastical unity
of five major patriarchal thrones
(Rome, Constantinople, Alexandria...
rod, ruler') is a set of ordinances
made by ecclesiastical authority
(Church leadership), for the government
of a Christian
- the word retains
today, one architectural
and the other ecclesiastical
. A cathedral
is a church, usually
Catholic, Anglican, Oriental
- see is, in the usual meaning
of the phrase, the area of a bishop's ecclesiastical
jurisdiction. Phrases concerning actions occurring within
- An ecclesiastical dignitary
is a member
of a cathedral
chapter, or collegiate
church. These offices
the provost, the dean, the custos
- Ecclesiastical polity
is the operational
and governance structure
of a church
or of a Christian
denomination. It also denotes
- from the ecclesiastical Latin
Clericus, for those belonging
to the priestly
cl****. In turn, the source
of the Latin
word is from the Ecclesiastical
- Ecclesiastical History
to: Church History
(Eusebius) Ecclesiastical History
(Zacharias Rhetor) Ecclesiastical History
of the English
- (Russians, in particular) follow
the Julian Calendar
in calculating their ecclesiastical
feasts, but many (including the E****enical Patriarchate
and the Church...
the main parish
church. In the wider picture
polity, a parish comprises
of a diocese
or see. Parishes...
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