gentes gentes

Definition(s):

  • (n) family based on male descent

Usage(s):

  • Ad Universam Creaturam: "Quia arcano Dei consilio succedimus in locum Principis Apostolorum, corum nempe quorum doctrina et praedicatio jussu divino ad omnes gentes et omnem .

News

  • Party of four in Paxton

    For several weeks, the chatter throughout the Paxton community persisted: "Who won the $1 million in Powerball? Was it you?" And for several weeks, Jim Carley, Martha Gentes, Diana Hale and John Overstreet kept quiet. "Don't know anything about it," they'd say. PAXTON — For several weeks, the chatter throughout the Paxton community persisted: "Who won the $1 million in Powerball? Was it you ...
    on January 3, 2014     Source: IlliniHQ.com

Quotes

  1. "You wish to offer a generous contribution to the evangelisation of your continent and the whole world, starting from the rich experience of your Catholic communities, giving rise new concrete and fruitful commitment to mission ad gentes,"...
    on Nov 17, 2006 By: Ivan Dias Source: AllAfrica.com

  2. Toppo, who is also archbishop of Ranchi, said: "This mission ad gentes is not new, on the contrary, evangelization through witness of lives was part of the spirit of the early church, and it is very essential that mission be part of our lives. All...
    on Nov 27, 2006 By: Telesphore Toppo Source: AsiaNews.it

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