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archdiocese

the diocese of an archbishop
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As we look forward as an archdiocesan system of schools, we hope that this tool can become the basis for similar self-assessments for all elementary and secondary schools.
15, church officials posted on the archdiocesan website the names of 28 former clergy of the archdiocese who were credibly accused of sexual abuse of minors from 1948 onward.
farewell Mass at the Archdiocesan Shrine of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus; motorcade to, welcome rites, Mass, vigil and veneration at the Immaculate Conception Parish, Basilica, Batangas City; motorcade to, Mass, vigil and veneration at the Most Holy Trinity Parish in Batangas City.
Peter, who wrote in his parish bulletin in favor of a "do-over with our archdiocesan leadership."
Archdiocesan spokesman, Bill Steinburg, told LifeSiteNews that they are not "stifling free speech" but the presenter's message must be consistent with the norms of the Church, which are clearly spelled out" (10 April 2013).
The commission has now ordered Cardiff Roman Catholic Archdiocesan Trust to tighten up safeguards on its finances.
Around 150 priests dressed in white walked ahead of the coffin on its 20- metre journey from the neighbouring Archdiocesan Offices.
DENVER, CO - - An invitation to pro-abortion Congresswoman Diana DeGette to speak at a May 6 awards dinner sponsored by the Denver Archdiocesan Housing Committee caused quite a stir in the archdiocese.
It should be noted that the CCOPE Program is funded entirely through the Archdiocesan Nursing Home Trust Fund to include all relevant salaries, benefits and operating expenses.
One week after the "SNL" episode, Cardinal John O'Connor wrote a rather loopy column in the archdiocesan paper Catholic New York in which he likened the Irish singer's performance to "voodoo" and "sympathetic magic." In short, his eminence resorted to an old but effective tactic long used by the Catholic church to silence and condemn unruly women: he simply called Sinead O'Connor a witch.
The Santo Nino de Tondo Parish in Manila has been formally elevated into an archdiocesan shrine during a holy mass that was presided by Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle.