Preconization

Pre·con`i·za'tion noun [ Latin praeconium a crying out in public, from praeco , - onis , a crier, a herald: confer French préconisation .] 1. A publishing by proclamation; a public proclamation. Bp. Hall. 2. (Eccl.) A formal approbation by...
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Preconization

• (n.) A publishing by proclamation; a public proclamation. • (n.) A formal approbation by the pope of a person nominated to an ecclesiastical dignity.
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Preconization

A preconization (Late Lat. praeconizatio, from praeconizare, `to proclaim`, Lat. praeco, `a public crier`) is a public proclamation or announcement. In this sense it is practically obsolete; but the word is still technically used of the solemn proclamation of new bishops, and of the sees to which they are appointed, made by the pope in the con...
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