Excommunication - Wikipedia
Excommunication is an institutional act of religious censure used to deprive, suspend, or limit membership in a religious community or to restrict certain rights within it, in particular receiving of the sacraments.The term is often historically used to refer specifically to excommunications from the Catholic Church, but it is also used more generally to refer to similar types of institutional ...
September Six - Wikipedia
The September Six were six members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) who were excommunicated or disfellowshipped by the church in September 1993, allegedly for publishing scholarly work against Mormon doctrine or criticizing church doctrine or leadership. The term "September Six" was coined by The Salt Lake Tribune and was used in the media and subsequent discussion.
What is excommunication in the Bible? - GotQuestions.org
Question: "What is excommunication in the Bible?" Answer: First, we should note that the Bible never uses the word excommunication.It’s a word that has been adopted by some religious groups, especially by the Catholic Church, to denote the formal process of removing someone from membership and participation in the church, from relationship with the church community, or, in the Catholic view ...
APOSTOLIC LETTER "ECCLESIA DEI" - vatican.va
APOSTOLIC LETTER "ECCLESIA DEI" OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF JOHN PAUL II GIVEN MOTU PROPRIO. 1. With great affliction the Church has learned of the unlawful episcopal ordination conferred on 30 June last by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, which has frustrated all the efforts made during the previous years to ensure the full communion with the Church of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Pius X founded by ...
LGBTQ Issues & the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ...
BACKGROUND. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), informally known as the Mormon Church, is the fourth largest denomination in the United States with a global membership of more than 16 million.
Flagellants • The Black Death
2,500 – the number of traveling Flagellants that one monastery accommodated during one six-month period.. October 1349 – the month that Pope Clement VI proclaimed that the Flagellants were not following the rules of the Church, excommunicating many. By the following year the movement disappeared (although flagellation can still be found in some religions today, such as Shi’a Islam).
Date and founders of Christian faith groups
The date of origin and founder of various Christian faith groups. Sponsored link. Listed below are the founder, starting date and starting location of a number of Christian faith groups and traditions.
Excommunicate | Definition of Excommunicate by Merriam-Webster
History and Etymology for excommunicate. Verb. Middle English, from Late Latin excommunicatus, past participle of excommunicare, from Latin ex-+ Late Latin communicare to communicate
The Canon and the Creed - Ken Collins' Website
Rev. Ken Collins’ Web Site www.kencollins.com Tap on the cross to go to the start page Scroll down for more… The Canon and the Creed
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