Translation of concordat in Spanish:

concordat

concordato, n.

Pronunciation /kənˈkɔːdat//kənˈkɔrˌdæt/

noun

  • 1

    concordato masculine
    • The Austrian court was dominated by the Jesuits, its government had concluded a concordat with Pius IX, the pope who ardently combated all modern ideas.
    • Very often in such regimes, relations with churches are managed through special agreements, concordats, and the like.
    • If a concordat with the private sector is desirable in England, it should be considered here too.
    • Both Pius XI and Pius XII had pontificates that built upon the concordats begun under Benedict.
    • A declaration of Anglican common law and polity could then be issued by the primates at their meeting in 2008, in the form of a concordat.
    • The canonical-mission requirement was later incorporated into concordats between the Vatican and several German states, and the Reich itself.
    • He saw firsthand the Church's disastrous experience with Nazism in Germany, when a concordat between the Vatican and the Nazis failed to protect the Church from Hitler.
    • It was Adolf Hitler who made a concordat with the Vatican, securing these benefits for the church.
    • Though Muslims and even Protestants also have such access in some provinces, they have no formal concordats with federal ministries, and they are justified in worrying about discrimination.
    • The 1933 papal concordat with Hitler is the obvious case-in-point.
    • An official concordat was signed in 2000 between the Slovak Republic and the Roman Catholic Church.
    • Godman devotes significant attention to the 1933 concordat between the Holy See and Germany.
    • If I had had more space, I would have pursued the issue of the concordat and the general antiliberal tenor of Pius's papacy.
    • However, he conceded there could be opportunities for NHS consultants to boost their income from private work under the concordat.
    • So, why doesn't the Scottish Executive cite the spending concordat and get Westminster to pay for the cost of this change in policy?
    • The concordat with the pope, however, reconciled Catholics with the new regime by re-establishing their Church.
    • In a bid to end the dispute, NHS employers have presented a Scottish concordat that ties wage increases in with wide-sweeping changes to pay structures and working conditions.
    • The concordat fails to address all the workers' grievances.
    • They signed a concordat with the Scottish Trade Union Congress at their recent Perth conference, pledging consultation with the unions.
    • Only an international outcry can move these bureaucrats to honor the constitution instead of the concordat.