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diaconal

División en sílabas: di·ac·o·nal
Pronunciación: /dīˈakənl
 
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Definición de diaconal en inglés:

adjetivo

Relating to a deacon, or to the role of a deacon.
Example sentences
  • The titles of these ministries are varied: deacons and deaconesses, diaconal ministers, associates in ministry; some even lack titles or rostered status.
  • As the autonomy of the local church kicks in (coupled with open-minded assessments of the spirit of Christ toward women), oppressive views of women in diaconal roles will increasingly get kicked out.
  • I had the good fortune to discover this in my own ministry, partly because I was constantly acting in a diaconal role to my bishop as his director of ordination candidates or as the provost of his cathedral.

Origen

early 17th century: from ecclesiastical Latin diaconalis, from diaconus (see deacon).

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