What does it mean to be canonized?
It is the final stage of being declared a saint. The Church has conducted intensive investigations and determined that the person is, indeed, in heaven and worthy of veneration as a saint.
Answer . A Canon is a member of a Cathedral Chapter. The Chapter is the body of Priests who assist the Dean in the running of a Cathedral they also nominate candidates to f…ill a vacant see.. Answer . Canon refers to the accepted books of the Bible; therefore, a Canon is the title given to the chief theologian- or student of the Bible in the given diocese of the church. In fact, I believe, the official title is Canon Theologian.
There are several definitions for 'canon'. However, since the category for the question is 'Dance', perhaps the most appropriate answer would be the definition related to musi…c. As such, the definition for 'canon' is a musical composition in which the voices begin one after another, at regular intervals, successively taking up the same subject.
It simply means accepted as true without the need for proof.
Canon means rule. A list of books that are considered important is a guide or rule for reading. So a literary canon is a suggested reading list.
Canonization (or, canonisation) is the act by which a particular Christian church declares a deceased person to be a saint
Canonization is the declaration by the Pope that a deceased person is raised to the full honors of the altar, i.e., a saint after previously having been beatified. Two miracle…s credited to the beatus (feminine: beata) are usually required before canonization to attest the heroic virtue of the saint. - from Modern Catholic Dictionary by Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.
The word cannon in dance means to do a dance or a movement of dance one at a time. For example if the movement was to twirl and then clap and you had three people in the group… then one person would do the movement first then when that person was finished the next person would do the same movement and same for the third person!!
An action that everyone else does it at different times.
To be canonized means that the person has been thoroughly investigated by the Sacred Congregation for the Causes of Saints and found to be worthy of the title of saint. Of cou…rse, anyone in Heaven is a saint but only certain individuals are deemed worthy of veneration and emulation - they make good role models for the living.
The term Biblical Canon refers to the various books that are accepted as books of Holy Scripture. Different religions have their own lists of sacred books. Protestants and Je…ws agree on the same 39 books of the Old Testament but disagree on the order of placement. Roman Catholics and Orthodox add more books, the Catholics have two more books in their Old Testament Canon than the Orthodox. All Christians agree on the Canon of 27 books for the New Testament. Muslims have for their Canon: The first 5 books of Moses, Psalms, the four Gospels, and the Koran. Other religions have different Canons.
standard , those books that are accepted by the church as genuine. . The term Canon originally meant measuring rule, hence standard. In Theology its chief application is to …those books received as authoritative and rendering our Bible. the biblical account believed to be inspired word of God, is what is know as canon books
I am a "Canon" - so I should be able to answer the question! Actually, the word "canon" means "rule" - so a "canon" is someone who lives under a "rule". Originally cathedral…s were served by staffs of "canons" with assigned duties. As a Canon of St. Peter's Cathedral in Charlottetown, PEI, I am supposed to have an assigned seat in the Cathedral and duties that include celebration of the Eucharist, saying of Offices (Morning & Evening Prayer) and preaching of sermons. However, if I am an "Honorary Canon" - as are most canons in Canada - my specific duties have not been spelled out. Usually Canons with the Dean of the Diocese constitute the "Chapter" of the Cathedral; however, the priest with "the cure of souls" at St. Peter's Cathedral has never been so designated because the Island has been attached to, then incorporated into the Diocese of Nova Scotia (officially in 1999 - in response to an attempt in PEI to break free), which has its own cathedral in Halifax, N.S. St. Peter's "Cathedral" is therefore an "anomaly" - neither a fully constituted "cathedral" nor a "parish Church" (i.e. with territorial boundaries). Also, a canon can be the statements of faith or teachings of a Church.
Canon accessories pertains to all the extra/vital components to Canon products. Cords for printers, camera batteries, etc., are all considered accessories.
A canon is an accepted body of work that is considered to be worth performing.
In dance, the word canon means a group of people doing the same sequence starting one after the other.
In French to English
"Tu es canon" is a familiar sentence used to express admiration in front of someone, most probably a girl, very beautiful. The expression is really casual and would mean "you'…re attractive".
In Religion & Spirituality
A canon is a member of the clergy who is part of the staff of a large religious institution. To canonize someone is to declare that upon examination, s/he is above reproach… and is someone to be trusted and honored. In the Catholic church, when someone is canonized, s/he has been declared a saint after her/his death.