Definition of synodical in English:

synodical

Syllabification: syn·od·i·cal
Pronunciation: /səˈnädikəl
 
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adjective

  • 1 Christian Church Of, relating to, or constituted as a synod: synodical government
    More example sentences
    • If this new consciousness is taken seriously, it has to lead to the establishment of inter-church organs for synodical and ecumenical discussion and consultation.
    • Purely spiritual episcopacy, synodical government, and the sending of missionary bishops lead North American contributions to Anglican life.
    • Mission support is provided by congregations for both synodical and churchwide ministries.

Derivatives

synodal

Pronunciation: /ˈsinədl/
adjective
sense 1.
More example sentences
  • The Catholic church has become so big that we need some kind of a synodal structure in the West the same way you have in the East.
  • And while the religious churching ceremony, as we have noted, was not mandated, synodal statutes from 1350 paradoxically make churching necessary in order to receive the sacraments.
  • In 1240 synodal statutes for the diocese of Worcester ordered local clergy to forbid gathering for the veneration of wells at Cerney.

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