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Templum Communitatis Christim Independentiae Missuriae anno 1994 dicatum.
Sigillum communitatis in ostiis Templi Independentiae siti

Communitas Christi, ab 1872 ad 2001 Ecclesia Iesu Christi Sanctorum Ultimorum Dierum Denuo Constituta appellata, est ecclesia internationalis in Civitatibus Foederatis[1] mense Aprile 1830 constituta,[2] quae pronuntiat suum finem esse "pronuntiare Iesum Christum et favere communitatibus gaudii, spei, amoris, et pacis."[3][4] Ecclesia circa 250 000 sodalium in quinquaginta civitatibus renuntiat.[5]

Communitas Christi est pars motus Sanctorum Dierum Recentiorum a Iosepho Smith (filius) coepti, et in Restorationisticis traditionibus conditi. Quamquam nonnullis modis Communitas Christi cum habitibus Protestantibus viae principalis Christianis congruit, multis modis theologice distincta est, tales proprietetes ut revelatio prophetica continuans.[6][7][8][9]

Communitas Christi usus plerumque non liturgicos in Lectionario Commune Retractato laxe conditos habet.[10] Ex praesidio Independentiae Missuriae sito, ecclesia evangelismum, ministrum pacis et iustitiae, spiritualitatem et integrum vitae, et ministrationes iuvenibus et aliis rectas praecipue praebet.[11] Doctrina communitatis "omnes vocari" ut "homines dignitatis" ad "partiendam pacem Christi" exprimunt.[1]

Inter civitates et territoria in quibus communitas rite constituitur sunt Africa Australis, Argentina, Australia, Belgio, Bolivia, Brasilia, Britanniarum Regnum, Canada, Civitates Foederatae, Columbia, Corea, Francia, Germania, Guama, Guatemala, Haiti, Helvetia, Hispania, Honduria, Hungaria, Iamaica, Iaponia, India, Insulae Caimanenses, Kenya, Liberia, Litus Eburneum, Malavium, Mexicum, Nederlandia, Nigeria, Norvegia, Nova Caledonia, Nova Zelandia, Papua Nova Guinea, Peruvia, Philippinae, Polynesia Francica, Respublica Congensis, Res publica democratica Congensis, Respublica Dominicana, Russia, Salvatoria, Taprobane, Taivania, Tsilia, Ucraina, Venetiola, Viti, Zambia, et Zimbabua.[12] Aestimatur plus quam dimidium sodalium actuosorum ecclesiae lingua primaria praeter Anglicam uti.[13]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Faith and Beliefs" (Community of Christ).
  2. The Early Church (1830), Community of Christ website.
  3. Anglice: "to proclaim Jesus Christ and promote communities of joy, hope, love and peace."
  4. Community of Christ – Our Mission
  5. Community of Christ: General Denominational Information, www.cofchrist.org.
  6. Section 161, Doctrine and Covenants, Community of Christ.
  7. Section 162, Doctrine and Covenants, Community of Christ.
  8. Section 163, Doctrine and Covenants, Community of Christ.
  9. Presidential Address of April 5, 2009, Community of Christ.
  10. Worship Commission
  11. "Community of Christ Ministries and Services,", www.cofchrist.org.
  12. Community of Christ Directory, webpage.
  13. "G-1 Prayers for the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper," www.cofchrist.org (2004 World Conference Legislation).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bolton, Andrew, et Jane Gardner. 2005. "The Sacraments: Symbol, Meaning and Discipleship." Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-1173-1.
  • Community of Christ. 2003. "World Conference Resolutions: 2002 Edition." Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-1053-0.
  • Community of Christ. 2004. "The Priesthood Manual, 2004 Edition." Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-1016-6.
  • Community of Christ. 2005. "Church Administrators' Handbook: 2005 Edition." Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-1119-7.
  • Conrad, Larry W., et Paul Shupe. 1985. An RLDS Reformation? Construing the Task of RLDS Theology. Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 18(2):92–103.
  • Davis, Inez Smith. 1981. The Story of the Church: A History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and of Its Legal Successor, the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Ed. 12a. Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-0188-4.
  • Howard, Richard P. 1992. The Church Through the Years. Herald House. Vol. 1, Beginnings to 1860. ISBN 0-8309-0556-1. Vol. 2, ISBN 0-8309-0629-0.
  • Launius, Roger D. 1995. Joseph III: Pragmatic Prophet. University of Illinois Press. ISBN 0-252-06515-8.
  • Launius, Roger D. 1998. The Reorganized Church, the Decade of Decision, and the Abilene Paradox. Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought 31(1):47–65.
  • Nieft, Jerry ed. 2004. Walking with Jesus: A Member's Guide in the Community of Christ. Herald House. ISBN 0-8309-1105-7.
  • Russell, William D. 1990. Defenders of the Faith: Varieties of RLDS Dissent. Sunstone 14(3):14–19.
  • Shields, Steven L. 1990. Divergent Paths of the Restoration: A History of the Latter Day Saint Movement. Ed. 4a, rev. et augmentatus. Angelopoli: Restoration Research. ISBN 0-942284-00-3.

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