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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.
The Archdiocese's Respect Life Ministry will host Masses and prayer vigils in the archdiocese promoting the dignity and sanctity of human life from conception to natural death.
7 that also said the archdiocese was grateful to the more than 200 victim-survivors who participated in the program.
Paul police told MPR that in 2012 the archdiocese waited for several days to contact police regarding a mother's allegations that her two sons may have been abused by Wehmeyer, charges for which he was convicted and sentenced to five years in jail in 2013.
Records show that in December 2012, the archdiocese expected its headstone business would bring in about $500,000 annually.
But the Archdiocese says it cannot back the application because of the Government's decision to impose a 50% cap on the number of pupils admitted to free schools on the basis of their faith.
Joseph Gallagher and Mark Gaspar were suspended following a scathing 2011 grand jury report that ultimately led to the landmark conviction of a high-ranking archdiocese official on child endangerment charges.
Tartaglia said: "These are painful and distressing times for the archdiocese.
The dinner was planned in collaboration with the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America and held under the patronage of Metropolitan Philip Saliba.
Archbishop Smith said: "After eight very happy years in the Archdiocese of Cardiff, I am very sad to be leaving Wales.
THE Catholic Archdiocese in Cardiff is opposed to the proposal to close Mary Immaculate High School.
5 million _ to help the Archdiocese of Los Angeles pay the more than $720 million settlement owed to sex-abuse victims.