Clergy

  • 101 Robert V. Taylor (clergy) — The Very Reverend Robert V. Taylor (born ca. 1959 in Cape Town, South Africa) is a priest in the Episcopal Church USA and an activist for social justice. He was installed in 1999 as dean of St. Mark s Episcopal Cathedral in Seattle, making him… …

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  • 102 Regular clergy — Regular clergy, or just regulars, is applied in the Roman Catholic Church to clerics who follow a rule (Latin regula ) in their life. Strictly, it means those members of religious orders who have made solemn profession. It contrasts with secular… …

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  • 103 benefit of clergy — 1. the rites or sanctions of a church. 2. formal marriage: living together without benefit of clergy. 3. the privilege claimed by church authorities to try and punish, by an ecclesiastical court, any member of the clergy accused of a serious… …

    Universalium

  • 104 Festival of the Sons of the Clergy — Das Festival of the Sons of the Clergy (Fest der Söhne des Klerus) ist eine jährlich in London stattfindende Wohltätigkeitsveranstaltung. Sie besteht aus einem Festgottesdienst in Saint Paul’s Cathedral und einem Galadiner, deren Kollekte und… …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 105 Benefit of clergy — One of the issues at the centre of the dispute between Henry II and the archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Becket. The benefit released *clergy, criminous clerks , from the power of secular courts regarding various charges of felony and other… …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 106 Regular Clergy — ♦ Monks, canons, friars and other clergy who lived in communities under a rule; word derived from the Latin word regula, rule ; often contrasted with the secular clergy, the bishops and priests who worked in the world. (Lynch, Joseph H. The… …

    Medieval glossary

  • 107 secular clergy — In ecclesiastical law, the parochial clergy, who perform their ministry in seculo (in the world), and who are thus distinguished from the monastic or regular clergy …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 108 regular clergy — Members of the clergy who belonged to some monastery or religious house, as distinguished from members of the secular clergy who did not …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 109 secular clergy — Those members of the clergy who did not belong to any monastery or religious house, as distinguished from the regular clergy who did …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 110 benefit of clergy — ► benefit of clergy 1) historical exemption of the English clergy and nuns from the jurisdiction of the ordinary civil courts. 2) ecclesiastical sanction or approval. Main Entry: ↑benefit …

    English terms dictionary

  • 111 white clergy — noun : the Russian Orthodox secular clergy distinguished from black clergy …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 112 Declaration of the Clergy of France — Under the Declaration of the Clergy of France of 1682, the following privileges were claimed by France in relation to the Holy See. They are the framework of Gallicanism, and have never been accepted by the Pope. Kings of France had the right to… …

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  • 113 Shia clergy — Twelver Usooli and Akhbari Shia Twelver Muslims believe that the study of Islamic literature is a continual process, and is necessary for identifying all of God s laws. Twelver Shia Muslims believe that the process of finding God s laws from the… …

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  • 114 List of children of clergy — List of noted children of clergy is a list concerned with individuals whose status as a child of a cleric is important, preferably critical, to their fame or significance. =Western religions=ChristianCatholic*George Bariţ Son of an Eastern rite… …

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  • 115 Benefit of the clergy — (spr. Benefit of the Klärdschi, engl. Rechtsw.), s.u. Arrest of judgment b) …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 116 IRS Publication 517 - Social Security And Other Information For Members Of The Clergy & Religious Workers — A document published by the Internal Revenue Service that details how members of the clergy or other religious workers are to pay Social Security and Medicare taxes. These two types of taxes are collected through either the Self Employment… …

    Investment dictionary

  • 117 Secular clergy — The members of the *clergy who worked in the world and were not bound by the rules of a monastic order. They were clerics who had been admitted to one of the orders, but who did not live under a monastic rule, e.g. parish priests …

    Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases

  • 118 Civil Constitition of the Clergy —    Decreed at the time of the revolution of 1789 (July 12, 1790) by a vote of the National Constituent Assembly and sanctioned by the king (August 24), this constitution, of liberal and Gallican inspiration (see gallicanism), sought to organize… …

    France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • 119 General Clergy Relief Fund —    This is the abbreviated title of a Society organized by the General Convention under the corporate name, The Trustees of the Fund for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Deceased Clergymen, and of Aged, Infirm and Disabled Clergymen of the …

    American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • 120 benefit of clergy — 1》 exemption of the English clergy and nuns from the jurisdiction of the ordinary civil courts (abolished in 1827). 2》 ecclesiastical sanction or approval. → benefit …

    English new terms dictionary