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adhering to beliefs or practices approved by authority or tradition

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appearing in a biblical canon

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of or relating to or required by canon law

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On a temporary sour note, the women were told upon their arrival that Cardinal Franc Rode, prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, to whom the women religious leaders are canonically connected, was out of town and could not join the gathering.
Thirty, Probability density, classically, is defined over trajectories; it is canonically conjugate to the action function S (this remains valid in the equations above).
Participants were shown pictures of canonically arranged and inverted faces, emoticons in the form ":-)" and nonrepresentational character combinations (henceforth known as characters) in the form "*/.
This is a study of the hajj, the canonically enjoined travel to Mecca on the part of Muslims, here the Indians who in the late nineteenth century typically provided the largest proportion of pilgrims arriving by sea each year.
203) with ousting Morris, it seems quite strange that Morris would not mention his more cooperative relationship with Pope Benedict (then Cardinal Ratzinger) in dealing with the canonically challenging problem of alleged apparitions and private revelations.
claims that with predestination "the theological controversies arise from Scripture itself"; that it is "a biblical doctrine" (8) suggests Scripture's irreducibility as canonically text and authority.
People call for water and yell "Allahu akbar" canonically.
3) But Ossorio's younger brother Frederic, speaking at the interment of Ossorio on June 5, 1991, called Alfonso a "prophetic paradox--in that he was both, even from a Roman Catholic perspective, canonically correct, yet wholly-holy ecumenical.
All proclamation of God's good news may be understood as having been pneumatically governed expositions of the same gospel that had always been articulated, canonically expounded in Israel's history and confession of its hope in Yahweh and Yahweh's Messiah, later inscribed authoritatively in the New Testament's expositions of this story, and persistently expressed in later ecclesial situations.
Canonically, each Eastern Catholic Church is sui iuris or autonomous with respect to other Catholic Churches, whether Latin or Eastern.
The mover in such a situation is canonically indicated by the grammatical subject (She ran through the house) or the object (She threw a ball through the window) of the clause.
1) On the bio/zoe distinction in biopolitics, see, canonically, Giorgio Agamben but also, for important correctives and critiques, Timothy Campbell and Laurent Dubreuil.
It is always possible to canonically choose F and G in such a way that they have no subspecies in common (i.
The result is that this volume contents 16 chapters dedicated to 19 countries (the Baltic states are presented together, as well as Czech Republic and Slovakia) where the Orthodox churches are present, while in this part of the world there are only 11 canonically recognized Orthodox churches.
While these "principles" could be located canonically, the omission of numerous areas of the Old Testament in Yoder's work indicates that these scriptural "principles" may not necessarily have to be fully "canonical" to provide normative guidance.