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Delfin Lee still subsists in light of our pending petition before the Supreme Court questioning the CA's decision quashing said warrant.
subsists in the Catholic Church as something she can never lose, and we hope that it will continue to increase until the end of time" (Unitatis redintegratio no.
There is a similarly qualified use of "subsists " in the Decree on Ecumenism, where the council says that the Anglican Communion occupies a special place "among those in which Catholic traditions and institutions continue in part to subsist.
Nevertheless, the word subsists can be attributed to the Catholic Church alone precisely because it refers to the mark of unity that we possess in the symbols of the faith (I believe .
On the basis of what has thus far been covered, all that exists in the mulk and whatever subsists in the malakut is deprived and needy and has the bond and tie with God at its crux.
This Church, constituted and organised in this world as a society, subsists in the Catholic Church, governed by the successor of Peter and the Bishops in communion with him.
The Poipu region subsists mainly on tourism now and is pretty sleepy in that regard (at least when compared to West Maui), with a sprinkling of hotels and condo complexes.
Now managed by executive director Joanne Allison and associate director Terrence Bohn as the educational arm of SPAC, the NMD subsists on an annual budget of $300,000, which includes the proceeds of a swank fund-raiser organized every summer by board president Mrs.
The Eucharistic Presence of Christ begins at the moment of consecration and endures as long as the Eucharistic species subsists.
She is terrified of the number 43, wears a space helmet, subsists on Tang and pot pies and generally behaves like what most people would label a barking lunatic.
In discussing what it described as the essential role of the Church in salvation, the document also touches on the ecumenical issue when it states that "there exists a single Church of Christ, which subsists in the Catholic Church, governed by the successor of Peter and by the bishops in communion with him.
Porter is a fisherman and a free-wheeling, laid-back type who lives in a dilapidated shack, keeps a beer-drinking pelican for a pet, and subsists mostly on canned Spaghetti-Os.