Definition of Excommunicator. Meaning of Excommunicator. Synonyms of Excommunicator

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Definition of Excommunicator

Excommunicator
Excommunicator Ex`com*mu"ni*ca`tor . [Cf. LL. excommunicator.] One who excommunicates.

Meaning of Excommunicator from wikipedia

- to their form of excommunication. The Amish have also been known to excommunicate members that were either seen or known for breaking rules, or questioning...
- in services and ignored most church restrictions. He would later be excommunicated by the LDS Church following his 1976 kidnapping conviction. When asked...
- This is a list of some of the more notable people excommunicated by the Catholic Church. It includes only excommunications acknowledged or imposed by a...
- challenging the practice of selling of indulgences. He was subsequently excommunicated in the papal bull Exsurge Domine in 1520, and his followers were condemned...
- the selling of indulgences to the church door. He was subsequently excommunicated in the papal bull Exsurge Domine in 1520, and his followers were condemned...
- excommunicated cardinals reconciled (most often with the successor of their excommunicator) and had their offices restored. Some would later be elected pope; for...
- criticised the Latin west of adding of the filioque clause after being excommunicated by Nicholas I. Though the schism was reconciled, unresolved issues would...
- to his mother and her blessings. The local chief disregarded it, and excommunicated him from his caste. But Gandhi ignored this, and on 4 September, he...
- and the patriarchy of Constantinople clashed over papal supremacy and excommunicated each other, which led to the division of Christianity into two Churches—the...
- in Spain, he abolished the Spanish Inquisition in 1813. Napoleon was excommunicated by the Catholic Church, but later reconciled with the Church before...
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