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basilic

(bă-sil′ik) [L. basilicus fr Gr. basilikos, royal]
Prominent, important.

basilic

BASILAR.
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El obispo de Asis-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino, de ahora en adelante, tendra la jurisdiccion prevista por el derecho sobre las iglesias y sobre las casas religiosas por lo que atane a todas las actividades pastorales realizadas por los padres conventuales de la basilica de San Francisco y por los frailes menores de Santa Maria de los Angeles.
San Jeronimo se establecio cerca de la Basilica en el 386 con sus seguidores, donde se dedicaron a llevar una vida monastica y al estudio de la Biblia.
St Mark's Basilica is the undisputed jewel in the crown ofLa Serenissirna, the serene republic, as the city became known between the 9th and 18th centuries, before it fell under Napoleonic rule.
John Paul II's instructions also revealed that he wanted to be interred in the crypts beneath St Peter's Basilica where most popes are buried.
Basilica will utilise the solution from QuesCom to upgrade its call centre so that it can provide intelligent call routing, voice messaging capabilities and a GSM gateway.
The Basilica has been subsequently renovated and additions made since its completion almost 150 years ago.
Then every fifteen minutes, another person replaces the runner, and they keep doing this until they finish the route to La Basilica de Guadalupe.
The basilica's patrons led a fund raising campaign that guaranteed completion of the church, albeit over decades.
The new basilica came to be viewed as the palatine papal chapel, while the old building was left to the members of the Chapter, to administer and operate some eighty-five altars on a daily basis -- a source of wealth that made the Chapter the single largest land-owner in the Roman campagna and the papal states.
The basilica is where Roman Catholics believe the archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary with the news that she would give birth to Jesus, "the son of the highest".
Pilgrims have been barred from entering the basilica, as well as two other key shrines: the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem -- on the spot where tradition says Christ was born -- and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem's walled Old City, which commemorates (the tradition of) the Christian messiah's crucifixion, burial and resurrection.
The relationship between pope and basilica was a complicated one, as between any bishop and his cathedral - except that, of course, St.