parish house

parish house

A building for the secular activities of a parish.
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It need something to rock the boat, say a priest sent to serve the remote island, forced to share his parish house with a young idiot, a cantankerous old drunk and a housekeeper as mad as a box of frogs and obsessed with tea.
Fausto Tentorio, a missionary of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions (PIME) and a parish priest in North Cotabato, who was killed outside the parish house on Oct.
A PRIEST yesterday told how thugs threatened to cut off his thumb and kill him after forcing their way into a parish house.
A PRIEST battling the Catholic Church has been told to leave his parish house after losing a legal case.
The church history states that later acquisitions include a pulpit, a gift from Christ Church, Springfield in 1872; and a parish house in 1925.
Littell, the church was built in 1864 and is part of a trio of buildings including the parish house and church rectory, which together form an important reminder of the development of the Murray Hill area during the mid-19th century.
Town Hall, Huddersfield | : Parish House Darby & Joan Club Over 50's Social club, meets today, 12.
They are evicted from the parish house and have to move to another part of the country with their teacher.
On a September night, under the light of the moon, they walked with the rope up the village street, passing the calvary, not noticing the devil's red wings, which were stretched to the point of tearing--Lucifer was sweating blood--and then up the hill of the parish house into the barn.
The parish house is long gone but the church remains on the corner of the small village.
Similar to other churches of the late 19th century, a parish house and a school round out the St.