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Synonyms for sodality

people engaged in a particular occupation

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Through conversations with Chaminade, Adele determined that her association of women would become part of the women's Sodality of the Immaculate Conception that had been founded by Chaminade and Marie Therese in 1801.
You can really see the history of this church in its sodality," says Margaret DeVane, who last year was elected its prefect.
Gaisser has not only published and translated this text (on facing pages) but has supplied "biographies" of all those discussed in the dialogue (261-330) and, in her introduction, recreated for us the ambience of the humanist sodality in Rome during the century preceding the Sack of Rome, added biographies of the eight interlocutors, and recounted the history of the translated text.
We met each Tuesday evening before the regular Ladies' Sodality meeting and, after praying from and with scripture -- novel in itself -- we learned to observe, judge and act on our environment to "restore all things in Christ.
She surveys the iconicity of the biblical Eve, the classical Helen, the medieval Virgin, and the Gnostic Sophia before correlating each of these embodiments of anima phenomenology to Stephen's mother, the Nighttown prostitute, the Virgin Mary of sodality worship, and the Bird-Girl.
In a black sodality most members were enslaved individuals who were not only desperately poor but also themselves were human commodities owned by others.
In the pre-Vatican II church, parish halls were the venue for countless meetings of church organizations: Altar and Rosary Society, Knights of Columbus, Sodality, Holy Name Society, Legion of Mary.
Other essays take up particular aspects of Agricola's achievement, such as his speech, "In laudem philosophiae" (Wim van Dooren, 67-82); his De inventione dialectice (Lothar Mundt, 83-146) and its use in German arts curricula during the sixteenth century; his commentary on Cicero's De lege Manilia (Lutz Claren and Joachim Huber, 147-80); his treatise on education, De formando studio (Jurgen Busch, 355-85); and his inspiration of Conrad Celtis, who returned to Heidelberg in 1495 to found a sodality (Wilhelm Kuhlmann, 387-412).
Mary's Church, where she was a member and Past-President of the Ladies Guild and was also a member of the Rosary Sodality.
That the criterion for people being buried together in the same place might be sodality, gender, class or rank rather than ancestry or kinship is nowhere even considered.
10) Most of Colocci's sodality (including Colocci himself) belonged also to Goritz's, but the two groups were different in kind: Colocci's was patriotic and antiquarian, while Goritz's was religious and literary.
Andrew Bobola Polish Ladies Sodality, a founding contributor to the Ellis Island Immigrant Museum in New York, NY, an advocate of refugee and displaced eastern European children, a religious educator, an accomplished pianist.
Hedwig's Church in Southbridge and the church's Holy Rosary Sodality.
She was a lifelong member of Saint Joseph Basilica, and a member of the Holy Rosary Sodality and the Saint Joseph Polish Women's Club.
Anne's Sodality, member and past President of Gaudette-Kirk Post 138 American Legion Aux.