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Definition of "synodal" []

  • A tribute in money formerly paid to the bishop or archdeacon, at the time of his Easter visitation, by every parish priest, now made to the ecclesiastical commissioners; a procuration. (noun)
  • A constitution made in a provincial or diocesan synod. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "synodal" in a sentence
  • "Thus far of the ruling assemblies, which are styled presbyterial; next come into consideration those greater assemblies, which are usually called synodal, or synods, or councils."
  • "The fifth, called the synodal, period begins with 1700, and extends to the present time."
  • "'' Those who propound the so-called synodal decree of 1484, which received Latin converts by chrismation, do not understand that the churchmen of that time were using economia, and that they thus formulated their decree because of the Papacy's agitation and tyranny. ''"