The Church is ridiculed and her churchmen
In Hampton's view, these Reformed churchmen
were a coherent group united by patronage and friendship and particularly influential at Oxford.
When we consider that it was from this same aristocracy that Churchmen
were recruited, it becomes easier to see why canon law was not necessarily universally enforced.
have condemned the stunt, featuring Debbie Turpin, 23,on a cross,as ``blasphemous''.
Wealthy humanist churchmen
dotted the hillside with villas and set about recapturing the aura of ancient Roman otium.
Hoping for redemption through charitable donations, the semiretired don finds that the young man who slaughtered his own family members as his child was being baptized (in The Godfather) cannot wash away his sins by offering holocausts and bribes to greedy churchmen
Sometimes the new generation of High Churchmen
impeded diocesan reform because of their intransigence to the work of older, 'Orthodox' Trollopian High Churchmen
who affected reform of the most vital part of the church, the diocese.
As part of the surprise ending, which is full of drama mixed with satirical humor, two churchmen
Nutt traces, in brief fashion, the concerns of Presbyterian churchmen
toward issues of war and peace from the formation of the American Peace Society in 1828 to 1945.
Richard Hurrell Froude (1803-36), one of Newman's closest friends, idiosyncratically labelled the parties in the Church of England at the time of the Oxford Movement as: "X's" = Evangelicals, "Y's" = Tractarians, and "Z's" = High Churchmen
The first essay, by Stafford Poole, describes the increasingly negative image churchmen
in the sixteenth-century New Spain held of the Indians.
The Fellowship of Concerned Churchmen
was founded in 1973.
A prelate defended the Catholic Church from President Rodrigo Duterte's renewed attacks, stressing that churchmen
who hide serious transgressions end up doing more harm.
The blunt message from President George Bush's Africa expert Jendayi Frazer came as leading churchmen
warned Zimbabwe was on the brink of "disintegration".
Seven leading churchmen
have signed a letter to Tony Blair.