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curate

1. a clergyman appointed to assist a parish priest
2. a clergyman who has the charge of a parish (curate-in-charge)
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The assistant curate said: ``I did meet Mrs Shankly on a few occasions and she was a very quiet and humble woman.
I am very excited and nervous as my role in a parish will be completely different from what I have done previously," said Wendy, who is married and who will serve as assistant curate in the parish of Neath.
St Mary's church assistant curate Jenny Bowen was taking the service in place of the rector, who is away on holiday.
Fr Phelim O'Hare is an assistant curate in Canton, Cardiff, and will be holding the midnight mass at St Luke's Church and at St John's Church a few hours later for the Christmas morning service.
The Rev Geoffrey Garside, assistant curate in Almondbury with Farnley Tyas Team Parish will be priest in charge of the parish of St Bartholomew, Marsden.
Ordained a priest in 1971, Bishop Coffin served Ottawa in two capacities before becoming bishop: as an assistant curate at St.
For, among the baked beans and cornflakes at Asda's MetroCentre store, shoppers are likely to bump into assistant curate Jim Craig.
She had been assistant curate at St Peter's Church in Hillfields for 3 years.
He was brought up in Bristol but his first clerical job was assistant curate at St Nicholas Church, Guisborough, from 1977 to 1980.
Rev Nia Wyn Roberts,at present assistant curate of Rhyl, to be rector of the Bala group of parishes.
The service was led by the Rev Dr Joanne Grenfell, assistant curate at St Chad's, who told those at the service: "There are many emotions that we bring with us today as we try to say goodbye to Ronnie.
After deciding to go into the Church, his first post following his ordination was as assistant curate of St John the Baptist in Longbridge from 1960 to 1964.

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