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  • 61 List of fictional clergy and religious figures — Clergy and other religious figures have generally represented a popular outlet for pop culture, although this has tapered in recent years. Some of the more popular clergy, members of religious orders and other religious personages featured in… …

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  • 62 Celibacy of the Clergy — • The renunciation of marriage implicitly or explicitly made, for the more perfect observance of chastity, by all those who receive the Sacrament of Orders in any of the higher grades Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Celibacy of the… …

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  • 63 Assemblies of the French Clergy — • Meetings of the Clergy of France for the purpose of apportioning the financial burdens laid upon the Church by the kings of France, and incidentally for other ecclesiastical purposes Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Assemblies of the… …

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  • 64 Benefit of clergy — In English law, the benefit of clergy (Law Latin Privilegium clericale) was originally a provision by which clergymen could claim that they were outside the jurisdiction of the secular courts and be tried instead in an ecclesiastical court under… …

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  • 65 Convocation of the English Clergy — For other uses, see Convocation. The Convocation of the English Clergy is a synodical assembly of the Church of England consisting of bishops and clergy. Contents 1 Background and introduction 2 History 2.1 Before 1295 …

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  • 66 Assembly of the French clergy — The Assembly of the French Clergy ( Assemblée du Clergé de France ) was in its origins a representative meeting of the Clergy of France, held every five years, for the purpose of apportioning the financial burdens laid upon the clergy of the… …

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  • 67 Convocation of the English Clergy — • The technical name given in the Church of England to what corresponds in some respects to a provincial synod, though in other respects it differs widely from it Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Convocation of the English Clergy      …

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  • 68 Civil Constitution of the Clergy — A commemorative plate from 1790 shows a curate swearing the Constitution. The Civil Constitution of the Clergy (French: Constitution civile du clergé ) was a law passed on 12 July 1790 during the French Revolution, that subordinated the Roman… …

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  • 69 Ordination of LGBT Christian clergy — Part of a series on LGBT topics and Christianity Christianity and homosexuality Christianity and transgenderism History of Christianity and homosexuality The Bible and homosexuality Queer theology Blessing of same sex unions Ordination of LGBT… …

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  • 70 French Revolution from the abolition of feudalism to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy — The French Revolution was a period in the history of France covering the years 1789 to 1799, in which republicans overthrew the Bourbon monarchy and the Roman Catholic Church perforce underwent radical restructuring. This article covers the year… …

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  • 71 Benefit of Clergy — • The exemption from the jurisdiction of the secular courts, which in England, in the Middle Ages, was accorded to clergymen Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Benefit of Clergy     Benefit of Clergy …

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  • 72 Submission of the Clergy — The Submission of the Clergy was a process by which the Church of England gave up their power to formulate church laws without the King s licence and assent. It was first passed by the Convocation of Canterbury in 1532 and then by the Reformation …

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  • 73 No Longer Silent: Clergy for Justice — No Longer Silent logo No Longer Silent: Clergy for Justice is an organization of Phoenix, Arizona based Mainline Protestant and Roman Catholic clergy committed to raising awareness within the general public and within their own denominations to… …

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  • 74 Catholic clergy involvement with the Ustaše — Serb civilians forced to convert to Catholicism by the Ustaše in Glina Catholic clergy involvement with the Ustaše covers the role of the Croatian Catholic Church in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), a Nazi puppet state created on the… …

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  • 75 benefit of clergy — noun sanction by a religious rite they are living together without benefit of clergy • Hypernyms: ↑sanction * * * Etymology: translation of Medieval Latin beneficium clericale 1. : the privilege claimed by the medieval church of demanding a trial …

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  • 76 Involvement of Croatian Catholic clergy with the Ustaša regime — refers to the role of the Croatian Catholic Church in the Independent State of Croatia (NDH), founded by the Ustaše in 1941 as a Nazi puppet state. The Catholic hierarchy in Croatia never broke all of its ties with the Ustaše regime. During this… …

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  • 77 Congregation for the Clergy — This article is part of a series on the Roman Curia Dicastery Apostolic Constitution Pastor Bonus Secretariat of State …

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  • 78 Secular clergy — In the Catholic Church, secular clergy are religious ministers, such as deacons and priests, who do not belong to a religious order. While regular clergy take vows of chastity, poverty, and obedience and place themselves under a rule ( regulum ) …

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  • 79 Secular Clergy — • The secular cleric makes no profession and follows no religious rule Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Secular Clergy     Secular Clergy      …

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  • 80 House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification) Act 2001 — Infobox UK Legislation short title=House of Commons (Removal of Clergy Disqualification) Act 2001 parliament=Parliament of the United Kingdom long title=An Act to remove any disqualification from membership of the House of Commons that arises by… …

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