A explained, the argument that domestic-relations cases fall beyond the scope of Article III jurisdiction rests on the claim that English law and equity courts could not hear domestic-relations cases because the ecclesiastical courts
had exclusive jurisdiction over them.
Bader became parish priest of the Annunciation parish in Amman, in the district of Jabal Al- Weibdeh in 1992, taking the presidency of the Ecclesiastical Court
The ecclesiastical court
could, and sometimes did, as in the 1811 Otway v.
In Rome itself, there was the secular Tribunal of the Governor, who was always a bishop and the pope's vice chancellor; the Court of the Senator, a relic of Rome's civic tradition; the chief ecclesiastical court
, the Tribunal of the Vicar, who was the pope's representative as Bishop of Rome; and various local courts.
He was expelled from the temple "Athanasiy" and deposed by the ecclesiastical court
at the Varna and Veliki Preslav Bishopric, but remains one of the most respected Servants of God in the city and in Bulgaria.
The ecclesiastical judges also heavily influenced sexual behavior: the traditional way of betrothal by intercourse was now punished in the ecclesiastical court
, which led to an increasing number of convicted women (especially when pregnant) rather than convicted men.
Drawing extensively from civil and ecclesiastical court
records, Proctor (history, Denison University, Ohio) describes the experience of Mexican slaves in the 150 years preceding the Atlantic revolutions of the 19th century.
On the basis of the above evidence, it is my solemn duty to inform you that our Ecclesiastical Court
has issued an edict inscribing you as a slanderer of Zion and a terrorist collaborator.
She was captured by the Burgundians, sold to the English, tried by an ecclesiastical court
, and burned at the stake when she was nineteen years old.
A strong clericalist, Bramhall nevertheless sought to restrict some episcopal powers in order to eliminate ecclesiastical court
abuses and to prevent bishops from alienating episcopal property.
Paul's (a major source of evidence), and household, monastic, parish, and ecclesiastical court
records, as well as miscellaneous records (such as Stow, Strype, Machyn, and others).
So from now on, I (will) accept them in ecclesiastical court
without legal representation.