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Charles had died two weeks before, in early November, without being reconciled to the Church.
This conception was taken up by the early Church Fathers and by canon lawyers and theologians in the Middle Ages ; ;
The grounds for the Church's position are Scriptural ( Old Testament ), the teachings of the fathers and doctors of the early Church, the unbroken tradition of nineteen centuries, the decisions of the highest ecclesiastical authority and the natural law.
His career was forwarded by the Church however and institutions of the Catholic clerics supported his early advance.
Under the particular historical circumstances of the growing Church in the early centuries, the succession of bishops became one of the ways, together with the transmission of the Gospel and the life of the community, in which the apostolic tradition of the Church was expressed.
This lineage of ordination is traceable, according to " apostolic " churches, to the original Twelve Apostles, thus making the Church the continuation of the early Apostolic Christian community.
They appeal as well to other documents of the early Church, especially the Epistle of St. Clement ( see above ).
Further, proponents of the necessity of the personal apostolic succession of bishops within the Church point to the universal practice of the undivided early Church ( up to AD 431 ), before being divided into the Church of the East, Oriental Orthodoxy, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church.
Most Protestant denominations deny the need of maintaining episcopal continuity with the early Church, holding that the role of the apostles was that, having been chosen directly by Jesus as witnesses of his resurrection, they were to be the " special instruments of the Holy Spirit in founding and building up the Church ".
Some Protestants feel that such claims of apostolic succession are proven false by the differences in traditions and doctrines between these churches: Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox consider both the Church of the East and the Oriental Orthodox churches to be heretical, having been anathematized in the early ecumenical councils of Ephesus ( 431 ) and Chalcedon ( 451 ) respectively.
From the early Middle Ages until after the Second Vatican Council the sacrament was administered, within the Latin Church, only when death was approaching and, in practice, bodily recovery was not ordinarily looked for, giving rise, as mentioned above to the name " Extreme Unction " ( i. e. final anointing ).
In the Orthodox Church today, as in the early Church, singing is unaccompanied and instrumental music is not found.
Vases filled with water used to start fires were known in the ancient world, and metaphorical significance was drawn ( by the early Church Fathers, for instance ) from the fact that the water remained cool even though the light passing through it would set materials on fire.
Bede was moreover a skilled linguist and translator, and his work with the Latin and Greek writings of the early Church Fathers contributed significantly to English Christianity, making the writings much more accessible to his fellow Anglo-Saxons.
Methodists in Britain acquired their own bishops early in the 19th century, after the Methodist movement in Britain formally parted company with the Church of England.
* Old Bulgarian ( 9th to 11th century, also referred to as Old Church Slavonic ) – a literary norm of the early southern dialect of the Common Slavic language from which Bulgarian evolved.
Martyrdom was identified early in Church history as " baptism by blood ", enabling martyrs who had not been baptized by water to be saved.
Throughout the 19th century and early 20th century, the area adjoining today's Battery Park City was known as the Greek quarter ; a long-standing reminder of the ethnic past was the former St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, which was destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

early and baptized
Theodosius had just been baptized, by bishop Acholius of Thessalonica, during a severe illness, as was common in the early Christian world.
Similarly, the early disciples had first been baptized in water ... and then they received the holy spirit.
However, Harold W. Attridge contends that John's status as a " self-conscious and deliberate forerunner of Jesus " is likely to be an invention by early Christians, arguing that " for the early church it would have been something of an embarrassment to say that Jesus, who was in their minds superior to John the Baptist, had been baptized by him.
While the earliest extra-biblical directions for baptism, which occurs in the Didache ( c. 100 ), speaks to the baptism of adults, rather than young children, since it requires that the person to be baptised should fast, writings of the 2nd and early 3rd century indicate that some Christians baptized infants too.
It is the first of the Five Discourses of Matthew and takes place relatively early in the Ministry of Jesus after he has been baptized by John the Baptist and preached in Galilee.
The Sermon takes place relatively early in the Ministry of Jesus, after he has been baptized by John the Baptist in chapter 3 of Matthew and gathered his first disciples in chapter 4.
In 1797 most of the Indians from the immediate vicinity of the mission site had actually already been baptized at Mission Santa Clara, 13 miles to the south, during the 1780s and early 1790s.
Giacomo Carissimi ( baptized April 18, 1605 – January 12, 1674 ) was an Italian composer, one of the most celebrated masters of the early Baroque, or, more accurately, the Roman School of music.
Fascinated by the early Christians and Tolstoy's book My Religion, she was baptized a Christian in the Cedarville Presbyterian Church, in the summer of 1886.
In his early twenties, Khama was baptized into the Lutheran church via the London Missionary Society ( LMS ) along with five of his younger brothers.
In the West, this practice is followed when adults are baptized, but in the case of infants not in danger of death it is administered, ordinarily by a bishop, only when the child reaches the age of reason or early adolescence.
Urshan claims to have baptized others in Jesus Christ's name as early as 1910.
The exact date of his new baptism is unknown, but he was probably baptized not long after leaving Witmarsum in early 1536.
He was baptized in early 1953 ( Origin and History, p. 36 ).
Eliza's mother and sister joined the Latter Day Saint Church early on ; several years later, in 1835, Eliza was baptized and moved to Kirtland, Ohio, which was at the time the headquarters of the Church.
Emma was baptized by Oliver Cowdery on June 28, 1830, in Colesville, New York, where an early branch of the church was established.
The Novatianists were early Christians following Antipope Novatian, held a strict view that refused readmission to communion of Lapsi, those baptized Christians who had denied their faith or performed the formalities of a ritual sacrifice to the pagan gods, under the pressures of the persecution sanctioned by Emperor Decius, in AD 250.
Antonio Francisco Javier José Soler Ramos, usually known as padre ( clergyman ) Antonio Soler, known in Catalan as Antoni Soler i Ramos ( baptized 3 December 1729, died 20 December 1783 ) was a Spanish composer whose works span the late Baroque and early Classical music eras.
Samuel ScheidtSamuel Scheidt ( baptized 3 November 1587 – 24 March 1654 ) was a German composer, organist and teacher of the early Baroque era.
Another three Esselen were baptized at the Soledad Mission in the early 1790s, but by 1798 the majority of the Indians had been baptized.
In Irish monasteries the abbot ( or abbess ) was supreme, but in conformance to Christian tradition, bishops still had important sacramental roles to play ( in the early Church the bishops were the ones who baptized new converts to bring them into the Church ).

early and were
Steinberg claims that these early years of orchestra participation were of invaluable help to his career.
Cried Wright, showing that automobiles were considered to be a danger as early as the 1920's.
By early June they were a hundred miles off the coast of Ceylon, by which time all four missionaries were hardened seafarers.
If his scholarship and formal musicianship were not all they might have been, Mercer demonstrated at an early age that he was gifted with a remarkable ear for rhythm and dialect.
These early experiments were evidently not altogether satisfying to Patchen.
Over 4 million shares were sold, the highest figures since early June.
Mongi Slim of Tunisia and Frederick Boland of Ireland were early favorites in the running, but France didn't like the former and the Soviet Union would have none of the latter.
He and other Soviet leaders responsible for the document were proud of having brought forward some new formulas, such as the early replacement of the dictatorship of the proletariat by an `` All People's State '', and also of having laid down the lines for a much greater `` democratization '' of the whole hierarchy of Soviets, starting with the Supreme Soviet itself.
And if the foreigners fighting in the Katanga Army are mercenaries then Lafayette and Von Steuben were mercenaries too, as were also the members of the Lafayette Escadrille in the early part of World War 1, and of Chennault's Flying Tigers in the early days of World War 2.
Again among those jubilantly reunited bunkmates, I was shy with Jessie and acted as I had during those early Saturday mornings when we all seemed to be playing for effect, to be detached and unconcerned with the girls who were properly our dates but about whom, later, in the privacy of our bunks, we would think in terms of the most elaborate romance.
During the early part of this century, the Brown & Sharpe works in Providence were unchallenged as the largest single manufacturing facility devoted exclusively to precision machinery and tool manufacture anywhere in the world.
Its early morning patrons were coachmen, who fortified themselves for the day with that delicacy.
Eight years ago while we were going through the mud-sweat-and-tears construction period, we were each solaced by the vision of early morning dips and evening home-comings to a cool family collected around the pool with a buffet table laid out nearby for the lord and master's delectation.
The early works were conceived for a sophisticated, international audience ; ;
Because of the authentic homogeneity of his early Nationalistic materials, and his flair for orchestrations -- his brilliant Petruchka, his savage Sacre Du Printemps, his incisive Les Noces -- the world kept hoping that he could recapture the historical direction for which his native talents were predisposed.
He worked in oil for years before beginning his work in watercolor, and his first public recognition and early honors, including his election to the Academy, were for his essays in the heavier medium.
Here again it seems that useful approximations of the size and geographical distribution of the population were obtained in this way in the late pre-war and early post-war periods.
Indeed, in some periods of our history and in some neighborhoods the job opportunities have been so good that undoubtedly a great many boys who were potential members of the professions quit school at an early age and went to work.
The first cattle the Injuns saw under the white man's control were the ox teams of the early freighters.
Near the southern border, cattle of the early longhorn breed whose coloration was black with a lineback, with white speckles frequently appearin' on the sides and belly, were called `` zorrillas ''.

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