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It censures the uncanonical situation of presbyters who have married twice, or have married after ordination, and of clerics who have married a widow or divorcee.
It was not until the meeting of the General Assembly in Glasgow in 1638 that the office was declared uncanonical, and the incumbents excommunicated.
In short, van Herk appraises the canonical through the unrefreshed or uncanonical linen in order to "argue for a renovated literary canon, one aware that it cannot escape being plunged into boiling water" (43), and in the process transforms a corporeal metaphor into a transcendental one, or rather, makes of transcendence a matter of bodies.
The anonymous author of the pamphlet, who called himself 'Scrutator', claimed that Vaughan's recent begging letters for the completion of St Mary's Cathedral had been both irregular and uncanonical, and had afforded him opportunities to plot and interfere in the affairs of sees other than his own as the 'agent of Propaganda in Australia'.
ROCA stated that from August to October 2006, two Moscow Patriarchate priests threatened to withhold sacraments from the parishioners if they continued supporting the "illegal and uncanonical sect.
Though he does note that satire abounds during the Enlightenment in Spain--in "prologos, comentarios, cartas, versos sueltos" (41)--Uzcanga discounts the bulk of late eighteenth-century Spanish satires because his aim is to argue the triumph of El Censor, and because he finds the periodical's content more "'purely literary" (50) than that of many uncanonical or as-yet unstudied works.
they are listed mainly because they are uncanonical.
Hopkins (1879 [1967]) claimed that the Idylls were "unreal in motive and incorrect, uncanonical so to say, in detail and keeping" (Hopkins 1879 [1967]: 334) and Swinburne described them as "the Morte d'Albert, or Idylls of the prince Consort" (Swinburne 1886 [1967]: 339), (4) thus ridiculing the moral tone of the poems.
Among the clergy, sisters, and laity there are signs of much dissatisfaction on account of the arbitrary and uncanonical actions of the Bishop.
We begin with the uncanonical The Sicilian Romance, published 'the year after the French Revolution' (p.
Uncanonical Women: Feminine Voice in French Poetry (1830-1871).
Another related reason is the development of feminist and minority criticism, which have questioned the traditional literary canon and brought to the attention of scholars women's and minority writing, especially previously unknown or uncanonical texts, many of which are autobiographical, such as women's letters, fiction, and diaries, and African-American slave narratives.