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O QUE SIGNIFICA CELIBACY EM INGLÊS
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O celibato é voluntariamente não casado, sexualmente abstinente ou ambos, geralmente por razões religiosas. Muitas vezes, é associado ao papel de um funcionário religioso ou devoto. Em seu sentido estrito, o termo celibato é aplicado apenas àqueles para quem o estado não casado é o resultado de um voto sagrado, um ato de renúncia ou uma convicção religiosa. Em um sentido mais amplo, comumente se entende que apenas significa abstinência da atividade sexual. O celibato existiu de uma forma ou de outra ao longo da história, em praticamente todas as principais religiões do mundo, e as opiniões sobre ela variaram. O judaísmo antigo era fortemente oposto ao celibato. Da mesma forma, os romanos consideraram isso como uma aberração e sanções fiscais legisladas contra ele, com a única exceção concedida às Vestal Virgins. Os cristãos da Idade Média e particularmente os católicos acreditavam que o celibato era um pré-requisito para o cargo religioso. O protestantismo viu uma inversão dessa tendência no Ocidente e a Igreja Ortodoxa Oriental nunca adotou. As atitudes islâmicas em relação ao celibato também foram complexas; Muhammad denunciou, mas algumas ordens sufis o abraçam. Celibacy is voluntarily being unmarried, sexually abstinent or both, usually for religious reasons. It is often in association with the role of a religious official or devotee. In its narrow sense, the term celibacy is applied only to those for whom the unmarried state is the result of a sacred vow, act of renunciation, or religious conviction. In a wider sense, it is commonly understood to only mean abstinence from sexual activity. Celibacy has existed in one form or another throughout history, in virtually all the major religions of the world, and views on it have varied. Ancient Judaism was strongly opposed to celibacy. Similarly, the Romans viewed it as an aberration and legislated fiscal penalties against it, with the sole exception granted to the Vestal Virgins. Christians in the Middle Ages and in particularly Catholics believed that celibacy was a prerequisite for religious office. Protestantism saw a reversal of this trend in the West and the Eastern Orthodox Church never adopted it. The Islamic attitudes toward celibacy have been complex as well; Muhammad denounced it, but some Sufi orders embrace it.
Listagem das principais pesquisas realizadas pelos usuários para acessar o nosso dicionário inglês online e expressões mais usadas com a palavra «celibacy».
FREQUÊNCIA DE USO DO TERMO «CELIBACY» AO LONGO DO TEMPO
O gráfico expressa a evolução anual da frequência de uso da palavra «celibacy» nos últimos 500 anos. A sua implementação baseia-se na análise da frequência de aparecimento do termo «celibacy» nas fontes impressas digitalizadas do inglês publicadas desde o ano de 1500 até ao momento.
Citações, bibliografia em inglês e atualidade sobre celibacy
10 CITAÇÕES EM INGLÊS COM «CELIBACY»
Citações e frases célebres com a palavra celibacy.
William P. Leahy
The church may hold whatever it holds with regard to clerical celibacy.
I've tried everything but celibacy, and I really want to know what it feels like to be touched by someone with a mental touch and not a physical touch.
You know, in some ways, the celibacy tradition goes back to the tribe of Levi and, certainly, sacrifice and the notion of sacrifice. In the Old Testament, the shedding of blood was for a man to perform. It was not for the woman, who gave life.
Pope John Paul II
The vow of celibacy is a matter of keeping one's word to Christ and the Church. a duty and a proof of the priest's inner maturity; it is the expression of his personal dignity.
Thomas Love Peacock
Marriage may often be a stormy lake, but celibacy is almost always a muddy horse pond.
Celibacy is not just a matter of not having sex. It is a way of admiring a person for their humanity, maybe even for their beauty.
For the standard of Christian life was to be strained to a higher pitch; more fasting was required, and more careful separation from the manners and enjoyments of the world; celibacy and martyrdom had great value set upon them, and second marriages were prohibited.
The truly longstanding tradition in the church is that some are called to celibacy. Some feel called to it. But the church has never supported that celibacy be mandated for someone not called to it. It's never imposed on someone.
Peter De Vries
Celibacy is the worst form of self-abuse.
When you really see how much God loves you, there's no greater love than that, and I had to match that amount of love He had for me, which is the reason why I decided to take a vow of celibacy.
10 LIVROS EM INGLÊS RELACIONADOS COM «CELIBACY»
Descubra o uso de celibacy na seguinte seleção bibliográfica. Livros relacionados com celibacy e pequenos extratos deles para contextualizar o seu uso na literatura.
A History of Celibacy
Written from a feminist perspective, the book paints a dual portrait of celibacy as both emancipator and enslaver of women and the poor. Yet the book's focus is not solely on women.
Elizabeth Abbott, 2001
Women, Passion & Celibacy
Shows how women can learn to take risks, grow up, make decisions, live on her own, and value other women through celibacy, calling for a celebration of non-genital sexuality. 15,000 first printing.
Sally Cline, 1993
To this sometimes tense discussion of sex and power, priest and theologian Cozzens brings his signature calmness, his own gifted experience of celibate life, and his talent for distilling the spiritual truth of the human condition.
Donald B. Cozzens, 2006
Clerical Celibacy in the West, C.1100-1700
Around this core area of study, the book also considers the influence of the early apostolic church and the example of the Greek church.
Helen L. Parish, 2010
Celibacy in the Early Church: The Beginnings of a Discipline ...
"Heid presents a penetrating and wide-ranging study of the historical data from the early Church on the topics of celibacy and clerical continence.
Stefan Heid, 2000
Celibacy, Culture, and Society: The Anthropology of Sexual ...
This is the first cross-cultural inquiry into the practice of celibacy around the world and through the ages, among groups as diverse as Kenyan villagers and U.S. prisoners, Mazatec Shamans and Buddhist nuns and monks, Shaker church members ...
Elisa Janine Sobo, Sandra Bell, 2001
Celibacy in Crisis: A Secret World Revisited
In the midst of the worst crisis the Catholic Church has seen in almost 500 years, this book challenges Catholic authorities to renew, rethink, or remove the long-standing institution of celibacy.
A. W. Richard Sipe, 2003
A Secret World: Sexuality And The Search For Celibacy
Published in 1990, A Secret World is a valuable contribution to the field of Family Therapy.
A.W. Richard Sipe, 2013
Celibacy in the Ancient World: Its Ideal and Practice in ...
Is there a socially constructive role for celibacy? These questions guide Dale Launderville, OSB, in his study of celibacy in the ancient cultures of Israel, Mesopotamia, and Greece prior to Hellenism and the rise of Christianity.
Dale Launderville, 2010
Demythologizing Celibacy: Practical Wisdom from Christian ...
" "Drawing on the monastic interreligious dialogue, Skudlarek considers the Buddhist view of celibacy, which is not mythologized as a response to a divine call or as a superhuman way of life.
William Skudlarek, 2008
10 NOTÍCIAS NAS QUAIS SE INCLUI O TERMO «CELIBACY»
Conheça de que se fala nos meios de comunicação nacionais e internacionais e como se utiliza o termo celibacy no contexto das seguintes notícias.
The Dalai Lama suggests practicing celibacy to get over a broken …
“Practice celibacy,” he said. “If you look at the nature of strong attachment, underlying that strong attachment is a clinging, grasping, and if you ... «The Independent, jul 15»
Ciara and Russell Wilson abstaining from sex
Football player Russell Wilson has taken a vow of celibacy in his new relationship with singer Ciara. Ciara started dating Wilson in April ... «SFGate, jul 15»
Patrick Njoroge: Kenya's new Central Bank governor turns down …
They follow a path of celibacy, and are among the most devoted to the organisation, practising self-flagellation and wearing a spiked chain, ... «The Independent, jul 15»
Stiller: Jazzed-up "Lost" a winning fest opener
... (Colin Lawrence) and Dumain (Ronald Roman), who renege on an oath of celibacy the minute the Princess of France (Leslie Lank) and her ... «Bloomington Pantagraph, jul 15»
Tony Abbott and Q&A: Before the boycott Abbott loved appearing on …
... such as reflecting on one of his daughters calling him a "lame, gay churchy loser" or his attempt at celibacy ("A brief one, I saw the dark"). «Sydney Morning Herald, jul 15»
By putting God in the driver's seat, blogging deacon found his path
And it may be time for the church to take a serious and thoughtful look at priestly celibacy. Is that model still sustainable? If married men ... «National Catholic Reporter, jul 15»
Santoya Fields to Lead RACHEL at New Brooklyn Theatre; Cast …
Historians tell us that Grimké lived the last three decades of her life in isolation and celibacy at a time when being a lesbian of color restricted ... «Broadway World, jul 15»
Need for purifying one's mind
In living a life of celibacy, there are many formidable challenges. You will not understand them unless you have taken the wows of such an ... «The Island.lk, jul 15»
Six scriptures I would use to address Kevin DeYoung's 40 questions …
Celibacy is not punishment or drudgery, but an amazingly spiritually potent existence that few human beings are gifted enough to handle. «Patheos, jul 15»
... which Gandhi's martyrdom broke the prevailing power of evil and violence worldwide; how going beyond celibacy, Brahmacharya is a joyous ... «Bangalore Mirror, jul 15»
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