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Romanian translation: jursidicţie autocefală

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English term or phrase:vagante jurisdiction
Romanian translation:jursidicţie autocefală
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10:33 Mar 29, 2004
English to Romanian translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - Religion
English term or phrase: vagante jurisdiction
o caracteristica a unei jurisdictii
Virgil Baidoc
Local time: 15:32
jurisdicţie autocefală
Explanation:
sau independentă.

Vezi referinţa de mai jos unde se explică în mod detaliat de unde provine termenul de "vagante" si ce inseamna. Succes! :)

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Note added at 8 mins (2004-03-29 10:42:17 GMT)
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\"In almost every city around the globe one can find pseudo-catholic or pseudo orthodox splinter groups that were started by someone for a particular (sometimes selfish purpose), whether unconsciously or consciously. Though some of them have religious convictions, sadly to say, a few of them are simply self-styled. Often such groups are called \"vagante\" from the Latin word \"vagans\" [pronounced vaagaans], because their leaders and members (if any) do not belong to a church (other than the one they themselves created) and are therefore sometimes considered as being spiritually vagrant. The actual word \"Vagante\" actually means, \"A vagrant bishop without a See or diocese\", etc. And this came about in centuries past (before electricity, during the age of candle use for lighting, because of wars which caused for bishops to travel outside of their geographical areas as the war from invasions impacted the religious praxis and beliefs of the people by forced conversion or death to unchristian religions).\"

vagant = care nu apartine vreunei biserici



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Note added at 9 mins (2004-03-29 10:43:46 GMT)
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Scuze! este \"vagante\" nu \"vagant\"

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Note added at 27 mins (2004-03-29 11:01:13 GMT)
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\"Later, after the United States of America was formed, the Roman Catholic Church, The Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox and others did much the same by coming to the shores of the U.S.A. and started their own diocese in much the same manner. Even in these times, we see this happening by the Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, and other Churches\" - fragmentul de mai sus, pe care il gasesti la linkul http://www.apostle1.com/Vagante1.htm, face referire la zilele noastre, mai exact la intemeierea de biserici autocefale in SUA.
Veronica are dreptate in ceea ce priveste sensul lui vagrant daca este vorba despre Evul Mediu, insa, daca suntem in secolul XX, as opta pentru \"autocefal\".
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jurisdicţie autocefală


Explanation:
sau independentă.

Vezi referinţa de mai jos unde se explică în mod detaliat de unde provine termenul de "vagante" si ce inseamna. Succes! :)

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Note added at 8 mins (2004-03-29 10:42:17 GMT)
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\"In almost every city around the globe one can find pseudo-catholic or pseudo orthodox splinter groups that were started by someone for a particular (sometimes selfish purpose), whether unconsciously or consciously. Though some of them have religious convictions, sadly to say, a few of them are simply self-styled. Often such groups are called \"vagante\" from the Latin word \"vagans\" [pronounced vaagaans], because their leaders and members (if any) do not belong to a church (other than the one they themselves created) and are therefore sometimes considered as being spiritually vagrant. The actual word \"Vagante\" actually means, \"A vagrant bishop without a See or diocese\", etc. And this came about in centuries past (before electricity, during the age of candle use for lighting, because of wars which caused for bishops to travel outside of their geographical areas as the war from invasions impacted the religious praxis and beliefs of the people by forced conversion or death to unchristian religions).\"

vagant = care nu apartine vreunei biserici



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Note added at 9 mins (2004-03-29 10:43:46 GMT)
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Scuze! este \"vagante\" nu \"vagant\"

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Note added at 27 mins (2004-03-29 11:01:13 GMT)
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\"Later, after the United States of America was formed, the Roman Catholic Church, The Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox and others did much the same by coming to the shores of the U.S.A. and started their own diocese in much the same manner. Even in these times, we see this happening by the Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, and other Churches\" - fragmentul de mai sus, pe care il gasesti la linkul http://www.apostle1.com/Vagante1.htm, face referire la zilele noastre, mai exact la intemeierea de biserici autocefale in SUA.
Veronica are dreptate in ceea ce priveste sensul lui vagrant daca este vorba despre Evul Mediu, insa, daca suntem in secolul XX, as opta pentru \"autocefal\".


    Reference: http://www.apostle1.com/Vagante1.htm
xxxvaradinum tr
Local time: 15:32
PRO pts in category: 4
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