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the worship given to God alone

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Other excellent reds included (from Spain) Latria Montsant (pounds 9), (from Italy) Ripa delle Mandorlie 2010 (pounds 11) and Negroamaro Vini del Sole (pounds 7.
To this end as early as 787 the Council of Nicaea distinguished between latria (worship due to God alone) and dulia (reverence paid to lesser creatures).
Lo denominaban el culto de latria --idololatria, y de ahi idolatria-- el impulso apasionado con el cual el hombre transfiere a esta o a otra creatura, a este o a otro objeto, el ardor exaltado que se aleja de Dios.
Their Latria is vivacious, juicy and hard to drink slowly.
This kind of veneration is, however, infinitely below the adoration due to God alone, termed latria.
The devotional movement in this poem from adoration of Mary to worship of Christ is predicated on a traditional Catholic distinction Constable makes in his treatise on Huguenot beliefs between latria, or the praise due to Christ, and hyperdulia, or the special veneration due to Mary.
He offered a reformed cult of the saints recognizing the Catholic distinctions among dulia, inferior veneration paid to saints, hyperdulia, veneration to Mary, and latria, the supreme worship due God alone.
Dentro de la amplia gama de manifestaciones que pueden ser englobadas en el termino <<culto>> en relacion con las conductas prescritas por las confesiones religiosas y de las diferentes finalidades que estas persigan --impetracion, latria, expiacion .
Idolatry literally means "worshiping an image" (Greek: eidol, image, latria, worship).
Baste, por ejemplo, recordar a San Epifanio, quien refutando el error de los coliridianos --secta de Arabia que tributaba culto de latria a Maria--, despues de negar tal culto, escribe: <<
Thus, dulia (veneration of the saints) and latria (worship of God) are distinct yet united.
She discusses a fifteenth-century clerical writer who is trying to explain the difference between dulia and latria.