Translation of paschal in Spanish:

paschal

pascual, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑːsk(ə)l//ˈpask(ə)l//ˈpæsk(ə)l//ˈpæʃ(ə)l/

adjective

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    pascual
    • Marriage, like all sacraments, is paschal to the core and consequently it is as much about dying as it is about new life.
    • The day of vindication and the year of favor meet in the paschal mystery, in Christ died and risen.
    • Reflection on its meaning can more easily occur without reference to the demands of the baptismal life or the existential revolution to which the paschal mystery points.
    • In other words, Mary Magdalene is the first to celebrate what Christians now call the paschal mystery.
    • The paschal essence is especially evident in the prayer of thanksgiving over the water (largely the emended text of Luther's Flood Prayer).
    • This Sunday must follow the full paschal moon.
    • Christ, who models the paschal mystery, was the loser who became the great winner.
    • In Christian language, I hope to keep alive the spark of the paschal mystery (life-through-dying) with a mix of festivity, glory and gratitude.
    • Hallmarks of the rite include paschal essence, pneumatic nature, corporate understanding, Eucharistic context, and ritual character.
    • And the paschal flame will shine again across the region this weekend.
    • During the weekdays of Great Lent, the regular Eucharistic Divine Liturgy is not celebrated in Orthodox churches since the Divine Liturgy is always a paschal celebration of communion with the Risen Lord.
    • Like his body crucified and broken, the divided churches in the West are undergoing a paschal suffering.
    • By altering slightly the chronology of events common to the synoptic gospels, John introduces paschal imagery to the passion narrative and presents Jesus as the ultimate Passover lamb.
    • As much as a pound of coagulated blood was noted to have been shed by individual flagellants during these paschal ceremonies.
    • This three day retreat from the world is a sharing in the paschal mystery of Christ.
    • In the paschal event and the Eucharist that makes it present throughout the centuries, there is a truly enormous ‘capacity’ that embraces all of history.
    • Everyone involved in organising the liturgy from the paschal fire to the music, readings, must be congratulated.
    • For Mary of the Passion, all led back to the Unity-Trinity of God truth-love, who communicates himself to us through the paschal mystery of Christ.
    • For the New Year a sucking pig roasted was a delicacy worth waiting for and for Easter the paschal baby lamb or goat roasted whole on a spit is universally loved.
    • The symbolism of the paschal mystery that shapes the 1979 Prayer Book corresponds to a non-Constantinian missiology.