Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of perdure.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But it had little to do with the racial strife that is this nation's most perduring conflict.

    Discovering America Anew

  • Phelps remains a perduring revulsion, regardless of the legislative difficulties in coming to terms with restricting his speech such that he cannot crassly interfere with funerals.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Short Essay on Snyder v. Phelps, Part III: The Plaintiffs’ (not the Phelpsians’) Religious Freedom Argument

  • A rightly ordered pair is a necessary condition to be fruitful — but only an actually fruitful pair is sufficient to form a perduring society.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » There’s Always Next Year

  • This perduring thinking still thinks at the same time about overcoming .

    enowning

  • In this case I was struck by the difference you mention between the uncomplicated excitement on some progressive white blogs about his victory, which I have also observed, and your more realistic appraisal of the perduring effects of racism and that there were still good reasons to doubt he could succeed.

    I Speak For Myself: Please Don't View Me as "Representative"

  • As evinced by Vatican II's Lumen Gentium and Unitatis Redintegratio, as well as other pertinent documents since that council closed, the Catholic Church has undergone and fostered the development of ecclesiological doctrine in such a way as to give an account of how the EOs and OOs relate to "the Church," which is said to "subsist" in the Roman communion as a perduring whole.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • The Catholic Church in turn, in which "the" Church of Christ is said to "subsist"—i.e. to exist as a perduring whole—is also impoverished by the fact that churches which are every bit as much church as the Church of Rome exist in only an ectopic relationship with her.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • To say, therefore, that the one true Church of Christ "subsists" in the Catholic Church is to say that the Catholic Church is where the one true Church of Christ exists as a perduring whole, containing all the parts necessary thereto.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • In number 8 of the Dogmatic Constitution Lumen gentium ‘subsistence’ means this perduring, historical continuity and the permanence of all the elements instituted by Christ in the Catholic Church8, in which the Church of Christ is concretely found on this earth.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • As evinced by Vatican II's Lumen Gentium and Unitatis Redintegratio, as well as other pertinent documents since that council closed, the Catholic Church has undergone and fostered the development of ecclesiological doctrine in such a way as to give an account of how the EOs and OOs relate to "the Church," which is said to "subsist" in the Roman communion as a perduring whole...

    Orthodoxy on churches outside "the Church"

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