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ecclesial

[ ih-klee-zee-uhl ]
/ ɪˈkli zi əl /
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adjective

pertaining to a church or its functions, teachings, or organization.

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Origin of ecclesial

1640–50; <Latin ecclēsi(a) ecclesia + -al1; compare French ecclésial
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