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  • Excommunication
  • Excommunication
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  • Excommunication is a religious censure which is used to deprive or suspend membership in a religious community. The word literally means out of communion, or no longer in communion. In some churches, excommunication includes spiritual condemnation of the subject member or group. Censures and sanctions sometimes follow excommunication such as banishment, shunning or shaming depending on the group's religion, its religious community or, its broader religious community. This article studies excommunication and spiritual condemnation often associated with excommunication, but not the religious censures and sanctions that follow excommunication.
  • Excommunication was a rare, harsh punishment that stripped a Paladin of his light-given powers. Tirion Fordring was excommunicated and exiled, although he was still able to heal an injured Eitrigg with some power somehow. (OBH )
  • Excommunication is normally associated with the Roman Catholic Church but other Sects and denominations do it as well.
  • The Biblical basis of excommunication is anathema. The references are found in Galatians 1:8 — “But even if we, or an angel from Heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, he is to be anathema!" Then also, 1 Corinthians 16:22 — "If anyone does not love the Lord, he is to be anathema." The word can be translated several ways; the King James Version translates it as accursed.
  • Excommunication is an ancient human practice meaning out of communion. Excommunication is a religious censure in which a person or group of people are deprived or suspended from membership in a religious community. Prior to the concept of the separation of church and state taking hold on Earth, the concept had legal and religious consequences, but later it only had religious consequences.
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  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
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  • Tuez le frère Ristoro depuis les airs.
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Date
  • August 1503
  • Août 1503
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  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
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  • Agent des Templiers
  • Templar Agent
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  • Kill Brother Ristoro by air assassination.
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Description
  • Brother Ristoro hides near his church. Locate and kill him.
  • Le frère Ristoro se cache près de son église. Trouvez-le et tuez-le.
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  • Excommunication
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  • Rome,
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  • Excommunication is an ancient human practice meaning out of communion. Excommunication is a religious censure in which a person or group of people are deprived or suspended from membership in a religious community. Prior to the concept of the separation of church and state taking hold on Earth, the concept had legal and religious consequences, but later it only had religious consequences. The Furies also practiced excommunication - using it to punish members of their society who had failed in some form by casting them out of society. When being chased by a group of Furies, Captain Kathryn Janeway overheard a Fury leader giving orders to give chase to her, Tuvok, and Neelix - and if the Furies failed they would be excommunicated. Janeway speculated that a Fury who was excommunicated would probably soon commit suicide. (VOY novel: The Final Fury) In Bajoran society, the practice of expelling a member of the Bajoran faith was known as an Attainder. This form of censure was very similar to excommunication, with those attained forbidden to enter the temple, read prophecies, look into an Orb, pray with others, or even wear their earring. Kira Nerys was attained in 2376 after publishing material the Vedek Assembly wished suppressed. Her attainder was later rescinded. (DS9 novels: Avatar, Book Two, Unity)
  • Excommunication is a religious censure which is used to deprive or suspend membership in a religious community. The word literally means out of communion, or no longer in communion. In some churches, excommunication includes spiritual condemnation of the subject member or group. Censures and sanctions sometimes follow excommunication such as banishment, shunning or shaming depending on the group's religion, its religious community or, its broader religious community. This article studies excommunication and spiritual condemnation often associated with excommunication, but not the religious censures and sanctions that follow excommunication.
  • Excommunication was a rare, harsh punishment that stripped a Paladin of his light-given powers. Tirion Fordring was excommunicated and exiled, although he was still able to heal an injured Eitrigg with some power somehow. (OBH )
  • The Biblical basis of excommunication is anathema. The references are found in Galatians 1:8 — “But even if we, or an angel from Heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, he is to be anathema!" Then also, 1 Corinthians 16:22 — "If anyone does not love the Lord, he is to be anathema." The word can be translated several ways; the King James Version translates it as accursed. The New Testament contains limited examples of excommunication. Jesus, in Matthew 18:17, teaches that those who repeatedly offend others should be treated as "Gentiles or tax collectors." In the Epistle to the Romans 16:17, Paul writes to "mark those who cause divisions contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned and avoid them", and in 1 Corinthians 5, he instructs the Corinthians to expel an immoral member of their community. Also, in 2nd John vv. 10 & 11, the writer advises believers that "whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house [οικιαν, residence or abode, or "inmates of the house" (family)], neither bid him God speed: for he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds". Anathema was used in the early Church as a form of extreme religious sanction beyond excommunication. The earliest recorded example was in AD 306. The Catholic Church still makes use of the sanction, though it is rarely used against an individual, except perhaps for automatic excommunication. Some modern Protestant churches refer to any form of exclusion as anathema.
  • Excommunication is normally associated with the Roman Catholic Church but other Sects and denominations do it as well.
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