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Synonyms for cyprian

a native or inhabitant of Cyprus

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of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture

resembling the ancient orgiastic worship of Aphrodite on Cyprus

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Recalling that for Cyprian the heart of ecclesial unity is found in the communion of the local, Particular Church, it would follow that the Particular Churches exist in a necessary relationship not to the Church Universal--understood as some overarching, extratemporal reality from which they each receive their ecclesial legitimacy--but in a necessary relationship to one another as the one Church of Christ in its own particular place and time, a necessary relationship, a communion, that is effected by the Churches' mutual fidelity to the unity of faith and love that Christ established upon Peter for them as Christ's one and indivisible Church.
It propelled Augustine to a mature ecclesiology, enabling him to preserve the best of Tertullian and Cyprian.
Cyprian was a new phenomenon in the church in Roman North Africa--an aristocrat (possibly of senatorial family) who in 246 converted to Christianity.
Cyprian Davis was a significant leader as a Benedictine monk and priest of Saint Meinrad Archabbey and as a spiritual writer, historian, and advocate for the vibrant presence of African American Catholic leaders," said a May 18 statement from Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Ky.
Cyprian of Aversa - Casal di Principe in the area of Foce Regi Lagni and water works connected with it , as well as activities for permits, licenses, concessions, permits and rest in order to carry out the works in the project.
Ansar Burney said that after rescue by American forces from Cyprian sea water the ship along with her 21 crew had reached Libya, where the crew had been taken into custody pending investigation; but all 21 had now been released by the Libyan court and were expected to return to their homes within days.
All proceeds from sale will go to support St Cyprian School in River Grove
While the Cyprian government has stated that the levy is a one-time policy, and will not be repeated, foreign depositors have reason to doubt this assurance primarily because Cyprus has offered no reason why this levy is an extraordinary, exceptional policy whose repetition is unlikely.
The chapel itself was replaced in 1873 by another gift from Horsfall, the Church of Saint Cyprian.
Present were Bishop Nicola de Angelis (Peterborough, Ontario), Cardinal Thomas Collins (Toronto, Ontario), Bishop Marcel Damphousse (Alexandria-Cornwall, Ontario), Primate Cyprian LaCroix (Primate of Canada), Archbishop Christian Lepine (Montreal), Bishop Michael Mulhall (Pembroke, Ontario), Bishop Vincent Nguyen (Toronto, Ontario), Archbishop Brendan O'Brien (Kingston, Ontario), Bishop John S.
NNA - 11/9/2012 - Minister of Industry Vrej Sabonjain on top of a delegation of industrialists and Lebanese- Cyprian business people visited Cyprus and met with his Cyprian counterpart at the Industry Ministry in Cyprus.
MANY life-threatening dramas have unfolded on the River Tyne, but one such happening must have been a horrific event for the crew of the Cyprian Coast on the night of December 23, 1955.
The crisis in the eurozone, the financial stability and the high unemployment rate in the European Union are expected to be the chief priorities in the course of the Cyprian Presidency of the Union.
Panicos Demetriades, the new governor of the Cyprian central bank, has reversed his statement that Germany had to exit the single currency bloc in Europe.
He considers in turn work by Minucius Felix, Tertullian, Cyprian, Arnobius of Sicca, and Lactantus.