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Indult Catholic

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  • Indult Catholic — Indult Catholics is a term used to denote Roman Catholics who prefer to attend the older Tridentine rite of Mass rather than the ordinary present day form of the liturgy, the Mass of Paul VI. Unlike some other Catholics who share this preference …   Wikipedia

  • Indult — This article refers to an Indult according to church law. For other uses of the word, see Pardon. An indult is a permission, or privilege, granted by the competent church authority – the Holy See or the diocesan bishop, as the case may be – for… …   Wikipedia

  • Indult, Pontifical — • General faculties granted by the Holy See to bishops and others, of doing something not permitted by the common law Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Indult (Kirchenrecht) — Unter einem Indult (der oder das Indult sind im Deutschen gleichermaßen gebräuchlich) versteht das Kirchenrecht der römisch katholischen Kirche einen Gnadenerweis der kirchlichen Autorität. Dieser kann den materiell rechtlichen Gehalt einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • indult — noun Etymology: Middle English (Scots), from Medieval Latin indultum, from Late Latin, grant, from Latin, neuter of indultus, past participle of indulgēre Date: 15th century a special often temporary dispensation granted in the Roman Catholic… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • indult — special temporary dispensation granted by the Catholic church Ecclesiastical Terms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • indult — [ɪn dʌlt] noun (in the Roman Catholic Church) a licence granted by the Pope authorizing an act that the common law of the Church does not sanction. Origin C15: from Fr., from late L. indultum grant, concession , neut. past participle of L.… …   English new terms dictionary

  • indult — /ɪnˈdʌlt/ (say in dult) noun Roman Catholic Church a general faculty granted for a specific time or a specific number of cases by the Holy See to bishops and others, of doing something not permitted by the common law of the church; a grant,… …   Australian English dictionary

  • indult — ˈinˌdəlt, ə̇nˈd noun ( s) Etymology: Middle English (Scots), from Medieval Latin indultum, from Late Latin, grant, privilege, from Latin, neuter of indultus, past participle of indulgēre to grant as a favor more at indulge : a special privilege… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Agatha Christie indult — The Agatha Christie indult is a nickname applied to the permission granted in 1971 by Pope Paul VI for the use of the Tridentine Mass in England and Wales. Indult is a term from Catholic canon law referring to a permission to do something that… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic theology — As the pimary branch of Catholic Christianity, the theology of the Roman Catholic Church largely resembles that of the other rites and branches. Roman Catholics believe in the authority of Scripture and Sacred Tradition, as interpreted by… …   Wikipedia


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