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  AllRefer.com - concordat (Roman Catholic And Orthodox Churches: Councils And Treaties) - Encyclopedia
The Concordat of 1516 between Pope Leo X and King Francis I of France, which abolished the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges (see pragmatic sanction), gave the king the right to nominate bishops, abbots, and priors but reserved to the pope the right of confirmation and special rights of appointment.
The Concordat of 1801, most famous of all concordats, regulated the status of the church in France for a century.
The concordat of 1855 with Austria gave vast rights to the church, but it was abrogated by Austria upon the proclamation of papal infallibility.
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Hence it cannot be supposed that a concordat with the Tsar of Russia or the King of Prussia is made with either of these potentates as with the supreme spiritual head of a schismatic or Protestant sect.
In concordats the Roman pontiff often grants secular rulers real privileges and indults; for the pontiff expressly declares that he is granting an indult, a privilege—that he is conceding this or that particular point, that he is making such or such a concession, or granting a favour.
(3) The Concordat of Bavaria in 1817, concluded for Pius VII and Maximilian Joseph by Cardinal Consalvi and Baron von Höffelin.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04196a.htm   (8427 words)

 AllRefer.com - Concordat of 1801 (Roman Catholic And Orthodox Churches: Councils And Treaties) - Encyclopedia
Concordat of 1801, agreement between Napoleon Bonaparte and Pope Pius VII that reestablished the Roman Catholic Church in France.
To implement the concordat Napoleon issued (1802) the so-called Organic Articles; these restated the traditional liberties of the Gallican church (see Gallicanism) while increasing Napoleon's control of church activities.
A century later, anticlericalism, intensified by the Dreyfus Affair, led to the imposition of severe restrictions on the church, culminating (1905) in the formal repudiation of the concordat, thereby separating church and state.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/C/Concorda-1.html   (368 words)

 Taurian Concordat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Of all the opponents of the Taurian Concordat, the Federated Suns is the primary threat to the Taurian state.
Unique to the Concordat, however, is official support of a state religion, Deism (in keeping with many of the social trappings of the Terran Age of Reason that the Taurians have adopted).
Concordat traders are finding eager markets for their goods and raw materials in the Magistracy, the Capellan Confederation, certain duchies in the Free Worlds League, and even with the cash-strapped Outworlds Alliance.
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 Taurian Concordat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Concordat is years away from developing and producing their own line of battlesuits, and so relies on the generosity of the Capellan Confederation which sells its older suits as military surplus.
Older even than the Concordat and thought to have its origins in the 'Native American' ethnic group from Terra, it was first introduced as a military tradition during the Taurians' first run-in with House Davion.
Concordat applicants are given a slight boost to their chances for admission, though at least ten percent of enrolled students will be foreigners.
www.classicbattletech.com /Taurians.html   (7820 words)

 Concordat between HSE and the National Assembly for Wales
The objective of the concordat is to ensure that the roles and responsibilities of HSE and the Assembly in the new constitutional structure are effectively translated into practical working arrangements between the two organisations.
The concordat is not, however, intended to be an exhaustive description of every aspect of the relationship between the organisations, or to preclude communication between them about other issues or in other situations.
This concordat is framed in terms of the interface between HSE and the Assembly; it is not intended to imply that communications on issues covered by the concordat should not, where appropriate, also involve UK Departments, particularly DETR, or other devolved administrations; indeed that may be the most effective way of conducting some business.
www.hse.gov.uk /welsh/wcordat.htm   (2846 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Concordat
Concordat, agreement between the Roman Catholic church and a secular government on matters that concern the church in that country.
Using his political influence, Nicholas made the Concordat of Vienna with Frederick III in 1448, by which the Germans remained faithful to the Roman...
The roots of Gallicanism can be traced back at least to the early Middle Ages and to the numerous struggles between the French kings and the popes...
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 The Catholic Encyclopedia - Concordat of 1801   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Four proposals for a concordat were submitted in turn to the pope's representative, who felt that he had no right to sign them without referring them to the Holy See.
What Bonaparte wished, however, was the immediate acceptance by Rome of his plan of the concordat; on the other hand, the cardinals to whom Pius VII had submitted it took two months to study it.
The concordat, notwithstanding the addition of the Organic Articles, must be credited with having restored peace to the consciences of the French people on the very morrow of the Revolution.
jcsm.org /StudyCenter/Catholic_Encyclopedia/04204a.htm   (2140 words)

 Scottish Executive   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A2: Annex on the Secretariat to the JMC
B2.2 This concordat is an agreement between the Cabinet of the National Assembly for Wales (hereinafter referred to as the Assembly Cabinet) and the UK Government.
This Concordat therefore reflects a mutual determination to ensure that there is close co-operation in these areas between the United Kingdom Government and the Scottish Ministers with the objective of promoting the overseas interests of the United Kingdom and all its constituent parts.
www.scotland.gov.uk /library2/memorandum   (14996 words)

A result of this understanding is that Concordat participants from both churches are now ready to affirm the other church as a church in the apostolic succession, and to affirm the value of each church establishing all four strands in its own communion, and the theological barrier to unity has been removed.
This is one of the primary Lutheran objections to the Concordat.
CONCORDAT HUMOR: Send your Concordat humor to concordat.humor.topic@ecunet.org or to the diocesan office and we will forward it to that meeting.
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 Georgia: Government, Church To Sign Controversial Concordat - News about religious cults and sects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
It is known as a "concordat" -- even though that term usually designates an accord reached between the Vatican and a government to settle the Roman Catholic Church's status in individual nations.
The concordat is expected to be signed later this year despite strong opposition from liberals, who fear it could jeopardize democratic reforms begun 10 years ago.
Some analysts say the concordat is backed by politicians who are seeking to exploit nationalist leanings and back the views of the Church as a means of winning votes.
www.apologeticsindex.org /news1/an010519-04.html   (841 words)

Spina, titular Archbishop of Corinth, accompanied by Caselli, General of the Servites, arrived in Paris, on 5 November, 1800.
He was a good Christian, and anxious to bring the work of the concordat to a successful issue.
Pius VII, on his part, after consultation with the cardinals, sanctioned this arrangement, 11 August; on 10 September the signatures were exchanged, and on 18 April, 1802, Bonaparte caused the publication of the concordat and the reconciliation of France with the Church to be solemnly celebrated in the cathedral of Notre-Dame at Paris.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04204a.htm   (2071 words)

 Concordat of Worms - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Also called the Pactum Calixtinum, the Concordat of Worms was an agreement between Pope Calixtus II and Holy Roman Emperor Henry V on September 23 1122 near Worms.
Following efforts by Lamberto Scannabecchi (later Pope Honorius II) and the Diet of Würzburg (1121) in 1122, Pope Calixtus II and Holy Roman Emperor Henry V agreed to end the Investiture Controversy.
The Concordat was confirmed by the First Council of the Lateran in 1123.
open-encyclopedia.com /Concordat_of_Worms   (143 words)

The general principles upon which the Concordat is based are the maintenance of good working relationships for the mutual benefit of both Departments underpinned by good communications in both directions and the avoidance of surprises.
The purpose of this Concordat is to describe the basis on which DE and DfES will consult each other, exchange information, and work together in relation to the matters listed in the Annex.
The implementation of the Concordat is the responsibility of the officers of DE and DfES who have responsibility for managing relevant areas of work.
www.dfes.gov.uk /concordat/02.shtml   (890 words)

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The Taurian Concordat has a strong central government backed by a service- oriented nobility concerned with the welfare of its citizens.
At present, there are five Marshals in the Concordat military, one commanding each corps, and one Senior Marshal, a hereditary rank given to the Protector in his role as Commander-in-Chief.
The Administrative Corps is responsible for all matters pertaining to personnel and administrative functions in the armed forces, including disbursement of funds, recordkeeping, promotion review boards, and the acquisition and management of mercenary units.
www.sarna.net /btech/BIA/history-tc.shtml   (5164 words)

 Catholic Online - Cathcom - New Concordat With Portugal Is Applauded   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
"I hope that the new concordat will foster ever better understanding between the authorities of the state and the pastors of the Church for the benefit of the common good of the nation," the Pontiff added in his brief address in Portuguese.
The concordat must now be approved by the Portuguese Parliament and by the president of the republic.
The concordat stipulates that the Portuguese state must be informed immediately of the appointment or resignation of bishops, a power that corresponds exclusively to the Holy See.
www.catholic.org /cathcom/international_story.php?id=7853   (589 words)

 Catholic World News : Slovakia, Vatican Concordat Still Controversial
Catholic representatives have told Keston News Service that the concordat will help other churches secure their rights, but not all agree, some viewing the concordat as a symptom of preferential treatment towards Catholics that the amendment to the religion law guaranteeing religious equality will go only some way to addressing.
Supporters of the concordat argued that it is an international agreement between states rather than between church and state.
Daniela Horinkova, secretary of the Augsburg Lutheran Church, alleges that parts of the concordat discriminate against other churches, for example in the area of education, where she sees a de facto "catholicization" of the school system.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=14331   (539 words)

 concordat on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
UK DTI agrees bilateral concordat with Northern Ireland DETI.
Schroder is robbing the state and still is exploiting Hitler's concordat.
Controversial Concordats: The Vatican's Relations with Napoleon, Mussolini, and Hitler.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/c1/concorda.asp   (614 words)

 Encyclopedia: Concordat of 1801   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Catholic Church had been at odds with the French since the National Assembly had issued the Civil Constitution of the Church, in which the church lands were confiscated and the Church became a department of the state, rejecting all authority from the pope.
The main terms of the Concordat of 1801 between Napoléon and Pope Pius VII included:
Some terms of the Concordat are still current in the area of Alsace-Moselle in Eastern France.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Concordat-of-1801   (336 words)

 Ecumenical Review, The: Inhabiting Unity: Theological Perspectives on the Proposed Lutheran-Episcopal Concordat. - book ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is caused, I suspect, in part because of the relation of the contributions to the Concordat.
This variety in focus is true despite the fact that the essays are placed in these three groups: the integrity of the Concordat, the challenge of the Concordat, and the opportunity of the Concordat.
The volume concludes with the text of the Concordat and the Dissenting and Assenting Reports from the dialogue participants.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m2065/is_n4_v48/ai_18972376   (674 words)

 concordat --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The concordat marked the end of the first phase of the...
Freedom of religion was guaranteed, but Roman Catholicism remained the state religion until a concordat terminated its official status in 1984.
Of the seven men named Henry who ruled the Holy Roman Empire between 919 and 1313, Henry IV was the most controversial.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9025099?tocId=9025099   (683 words)

 IFST and SDT: Concordat   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
They signed the Concordat on 16 March 2004 at a launch ceremony at the University of Reading.
The Officers of these two organisations have agreed in principle to pursue the idea of a Concordat: that IFST will represent the interests of SDT to appropriate external bodies in matters relating to scientific visibility, training and other issues of mutual interest including publications.
The concordat enhances the possibilities of holding joint meetings, symposia and conferences to facilitate technological education, training and information transfer in subjects appropriate to the dairy and food industry.
www.ifst.org /concsdt.htm   (419 words)

 Catholic World News : Vatican-Czech concordat stalled
Vatican, Feb. 17, 2004 (CWNews.com) - Final ratification of a proposed concordat between the Vatican and the Czech Republic will "require time and patience," a highly placed official in the Secretariat of State has commented, after the text became a topic of political dispute inside the Czech Republic.
President Vaclav Klaus has indicated that he opposes ratification of the concordat as it stands, although many members of the countries' parliament favor it.
The concordat was signed in July 2002, but the parliament failed to ratify the text when it was first submitted in May of last year.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=27712   (171 words)

The Bishops of the Anglican Church in America are all either signatories to the original Concordat or else petitioners thereto through the American Episcopal Church.
Concurrent majority votes (as may be required by the provisions of this Concordat), both among the Bishops and among the Churches or Provinces, shall be required to determine an action of the College.
15.1 This Concordat shall come into effect upon ratification, endorsement or similar indication of acceptance by at least two-thirds of the appropriate Synods or equivalent bodies of the initial member Church and Provinces of this Communion as set forth in Section 2.1 herein, by such procedure as shall be established in each such member body.
www.acahome.org /tac/library/docs/concordat.htm   (3213 words)

 Peter's Taurian Concordat Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Its economy is booming, its military is strong, its government is stable; it has not been at war in 245 years (as of 3059), and that little misadventure is best left to rest.
It has a strong ally in the Magistracy of Canopus, and the new colony worlds the Alliance is founding will set the stage for a strong, stable Rimward Periphery Region for years to come (barring intervention by some imperialist state from the Inner Sphere or the Clans).
Finally, as long as the Taurian Concordat grows, it will avoid the kind of stagnation and decline that has plagued the states of the Inner Sphere.
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 What advantages and disadvantages were there for Napoleon in agreeing to the Concordat?
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Some argued that the Concordat had never been fully loyal to him, they never accepted themselves a civil servants.
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 The Reich Concordat with the Catholic Church (1933)
The Reich Concordat with the Catholic Church (1933)
Although Hitler was determined to undermine, if not entirely destroy, the influence of Christianity in Germany, he could hardly proceed in a provocatively confrontational manner against the two main religious denominations--Protestant and Catholic.
Thus, the formal agreement of July 1933, the Concordat with the Vatican, was an interim step on this path--enough to lull the Church into acquiescence of the regime while leaving him the option, which he used, to step up intimidation and persecution of its members as the opportunity afforded.
web.jjay.cuny.edu /~jobrien/reference/ob37.html   (630 words)

 Universities UK - Research Careers Initiative (RCI)
In 1996 representatives of institutions and the principal funders of research in the UK agreed a concordat concerning the management of staff appointed on fixed term contracts to carry out research in UK universities and colleges.
The RCI monitors progress towards meeting the commitments of the Concordat and identifies and encourages good practice in the career management and development of contract research staff.
The secretariat of the Research Careers Initiative is shared between OST (for the funders) and Universities UK (for institutions).
www.universitiesuk.ac.uk /activities/rci.asp   (194 words)

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