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of or relating to a church or to an established religion

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of or associated with a church (especially a Christian Church)

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APCI voted at its synod in May 2015 to regularize its status, a decision that was upheld by the synod of the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon this fall.
I don't know the Ecclesiastical Committee of Panayia Trachonas, and I don't want to know them," he said.
Chapman proposes that a linguistic analysis of Bernard's works advances insights into Bernard s understanding of the relationship between royal power and ecclesiastical authority, and she has made good use of electronic media to search his works.
Pope Paul VI reformed use of the honorific in 1968, reducing the number of ecclesiastical honors from 14 to three.
Farah was stripped of his ecclesiastical duties, which entailed heading monastery matters, and pastoral and social relations, based on article 102 of the rules of the Holy See of Antioch.
A national survey conducted for Ecclesiastical reveals a public united against the scourge of metal theft.
Although last year saw the highest number of claims, the value of claims has been higher in previous years, Ecclesiastical said.
19 December 2011 - AM Best has left the financial strength and issuer credit ratings of UK-based Ecclesiastical Insurance Office plc at A (Excellent) and "a", respectively.
convincingly demonstrates--the social control of the public and the maintenance of local ecclesiastical influence, although an increase in better morals was a welcome side effect.
He finally said that he remains a member of the ecclesiastical family.
Understanding the canonical meaning of "Catholic school" requires in turn some understanding of the canonical concept of the "public ecclesiastical juridic person," because some Catholic schools are operated by such canonical entities, and in fact a Catholic school could itself be a "public ecclesiastical juridic person.
It has often seemed as if there was no significant corner, not simply for the history of missions (now, however, coming into its own as an important research field), but for religious conceptions of empire or ecclesiastical interests as a spur to colonization.
Even though Philostorgius is the most interesting ecclesiastical historian of late antiquity, he is rarely read by modern scholars.
The study - by wedding insurers Ecclesiastical Insurance - found 23 per cent of weddings in Coronation Street, EastEnders and Emmerdale had been called off over the last five years.
Steve Oldacre, Mansell building solutions divisional manager, said that ecclesiastical work was an important sector for Mansell and they were thrilled to be part of the project.