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judicatory

noun bar of justice, bench, court, court of justice, court of law, forum, institution where justice is rennered, judicature, judiciary, law court, place where justice is administered, ratio iudiciorum, tribunal
Associated concepts: inferior judicatory
See also: bench, board, body, chamber, court, forensic, forum, judicature, judiciary, jural, juridical, licit
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The Fourth District Court of Appeal concluded Dennis by stating, "[C]ivil courts must abstain from deciding ministerial employment disputes or reviewing decisions of religious judicatory bodies concerning the employment of clergy, 'because such state intervention would excessively inhibit religious liberty.
An idea that has surfaced in recent years and that I would be willing to support as a judicatory leader (caveat: I am not speaking here for other bishops) would be to shorten the length of classroom time at seminary to two years of study, while expanding the previously mentioned collaborative relationship between seminaries and congregations, as well as other kinds of ministries, to complete the training of would-be pastors.
Reframing Mission: An Action-Research Intervention into a Mainline Judicatory.
21) In this ecclesial understanding there is to be only one judicatory in each place with its conciliar, communal, and personal structures of oversight.
Comprised of representatives from various settings (the local, the national or general, and the regional judicatory settings), the Committee acts as the table where information is shared and the vision can be tested.
PITTSBURGH, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- On behalf of the Bishops and Judicatory Executives of the Council of Christian Associates, the Right Rev.
On the issue of interchurch relations, leaders considered two options: a federation of churches with a central judicatory that would direct the territorial/ confessional churches or an alliance in which a central committee only made recommendations to the churches that remained independent.
He is a former President of American Judicatory Society, a worldwide organization interested in improving our judicial system.
The Kentucky federal court observed that "the Canon does not limit its strictures to substantive matters involving a court's judicatory function.
It is evident the author's work emerges from years of experience in teaching across a wide spectrum or educational venues in the church: adult forums, Sunday school classes, judicatory presentations, lay schools, and seminary classrooms.
PITTSBURGH -- PITTSBURGH, June 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Responding to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's report on Racial and Gender Bias in the Justice System, members of the Christian Associates' Council of Bishops and Judicatory Executives approved an "Appeal to the Governor and the Legislature of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Concerning the Imposition of the Death Penalty.
But she also makes extensive use of judicatory minutes, periodicals, the private diaries of church leaders and ordinary members, hymnals, and developments in church architecture.