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What would make a difference is eliminating curial officials as ex officio members of the synod.
McCahill argues that social commentary and the exercise of humanist style preoccupied the attention of curial humanists.
The animus of diocesan bishops against the curial bureaucracy was manifest and pervasive.
Strong curial counter-streams had in fact since Vatican II attempted to put the brakes on the ecumenical renewal efforts and, in the church's upper reaches, brought them to a standstill.
We will move the adjournment motion on price rise on the first day itself," Left Front leader Gurudas Dasgupta said after the meeting, while Leader of Opposition Sushma Swaraj tweeted that her Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmakers had already given notice to discuss several curial issues including price rise and the demand for creation of Telangana as a separate state.
When completed it will deliver a total of 8,942 sq ft of new office space which will house the Bishop's Curial Offices for the administration of the diocese.
FATHER DEREK TURNHAM, Moderator of the Curia, Curial Offices, 50a The Avenue, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough
Based in the Curial Offices at the rear of the Bishop's House in Wrexham he has been marshalling a complex mission in a matter of weeks.
CAIRO: Egypt technical staff refused to confirm whether or not Hosni Abd-Rabou will be a fit to feature for the Pharaohs in their curial World Cup qualifier against Algeria next Saturday.
Such an event is curial to strengthen unity, to bring national consensus and tolerance, as well as to advance development and democracy to the multi-ethnic and diverse country," Alemayo Tesfay, radio journalist told Sudan Tribune.
Using various means of critical inquiry, they cover Kristeller's humanists as heirs of the medieval dictatores, the origins of humanism, humanism in terms of ancient learning and criticism in schools and universities, curial humanism as seen through the papal library, the influence of the medieval encyclopedic tradition, an historical definition of humanism and scholasticism, religion and the modernity of Renaissance humanism, Christian humanism, the role of rhetoric, and literary humanism.
One is wholly devoted to curial negotiations in the first three years (1592-95) of the pontificate that were associated with the reconciliation of Henri IV to the Roman Church.
The authors of each of the eight sections of the present volume bring the reader into the council hall, curial offices, and many semiofficial venues where issues of moment were discussed, if not decided.
CURIAL CARDINALS The leading contender among the cardinals of the Roman Curia is CARDINAL JOSEPH RATZINGER (Germany) Dean of the College of Cardinals, who presided over and preached at the Funeral of Pope John Paul II.
Sports shops around the country could be bracing themselves for a rush on the popular Nike Mer- curial Vapor boots, sported by the 23-year-old, from Pencoed.