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archdiocese

the diocese of an archbishop
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The archdiocese covers the provinces of Iloilo and Guimaras, with 85 parishes and 3 million Catholic faithful.
According to the news website of CBCP, Lagdameo was named the archdiocese's apostolic administrator 'sede vacante' (Latin for 'with the seat being vacant') until Lazo assumes canonical possession of the Archdiocese of Jaro.
The New York archdiocese is in charge of distributing the tickets for the Yankee Stadium Mass, giving somewhere between a third and half of the total tickets to the 400 churches within its boundaries, said Joseph Zwilling, an archdiocese spokesman.
The Washington archdiocese announced that close to 14,000 people out of the 45,000 expected to be in attendance at Benedict's April 17 Mass in Washington will hail from outside the archdiocese.
Timothy McDonnell, 44, of Long Beach sued the archdiocese in 1992, claiming that he was repeatedly sexually abused at Our Lady of Peace in North Hills in the early 1970s.
He had sued the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 1992, but his lawsuit was thrown out because the statute of limitations had expired.
The National Secretariat for Social Action, Justice and Peace (Nassa) also urged other dioceses to replicate the silent protests conducted by the archdioceses of Jaro and Nueva Segovia.
The Newark archdiocese, which has a 150-year history" is preparing a comprehensive reorganization, spurred by the archdiocese's financial struggles, long-term demographic changes and a decline in the number of priests.
I assume the various archdioceses communicate and talk to each other,'' Goldberg said.
The National Secretariat for Social Action (NASSA), Justice and Peace also urged other dioceses in the country to follow the silent protests conducted by the archdioceses of Jaro and Nueva Segovia.
The two major insurance companies that have primarily covered the Sante Fe archdiocese since 1977, Interstate insurance and the financially troubled Lloyds of London, are refusing to pay claims that Archbishop Michael Sheehan says approximate $50 million.