Translation of ecumenical in Spanish:

ecumenical

ecuménico, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌɛkjəˈmɛnək(ə)l//ˌiːkjʊˈmɛnɪk(ə)l//ɛkjʊˈmɛnɪk(ə)l/

adjective

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    ecuménico
    • In Downton, Churches Together staged a march of witness through the village, ending up at the Baptist Church for an ecumenical service.
    • The WCC is an ecumenical body which represents 337 Protestant churches.
    • It's a really friendly ecumenical church with about equal numbers of students and ‘normal’ people!
    • Nigeria, Ukraine, New Zealand and Germany were among the countries represented by an ecumenical group who stayed in the centre for the New Year.
    • Most of the Reformed churches would accept the teachings of the ecumenical councils of the first millennium.
    • But the faith of the Church is that when the Church meets in an ecumenical council, it is doing so under the guidance of the Spirit.
    • The exchange is open to anybody and participants will visit a milk factory, attend an official dinner dance and an ecumenical church service.
    • The Queen marked her Golden Jubilee yesterday with the first-ever ecumenical church service at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
    • Basic texts for the liturgy were translated by ecumenical committees for use in the various churches.
    • I spent 1978 in Liberia learning firsthand about the ecumenical church of Jesus Christ.
    • It was the first ecumenical meeting on poverty that helped to lay down the groundwork for future church coalitions.
    • Since 1975 the material for the week has been prepared by ecumenical groups in different countries.
    • It was part of an ecumenical Christian conference on the Palestinian issue in late February.
    • It is an ecumenical project involving different local churches.
    • He called the first ecumenical church council in 325 to make doctrine uniform throughout the empire.
    • Now it is necessary to call for a broad-based ecumenical council addressing the issue of sexual misconduct in the church.