mid-15c., from Late Latin excommunicationem (nominative excommunicatio), noun of action from past participle stem of excommunicare "put out of the community," in Church Latin "to expel from communion," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + communicare, from communis "common" (see common).
1. If you make it an excommunication matter, I have nothing more to say, of course.
2. Excommunication from the church, therefore, was not the final penalty.
故此, 被开除出教会, 并不是最后的惩罚.
3. Excommunication – Spirit putting men to death.
4. This verse seems follow on the excommunication of the blind man Christ had just healed.
5. Or shun his requests and risk facing his fearsome Inquisitors or even excommunication?