Collections hovered around $4,500 a week before the merger, according to parishioner
Lay-clerical relations on the eve of the Reformation do not fit neatly into the category either of pro-clerical or anti-clerical, or even pro-ecclesiastical or anti-ecclesiastical (that is, if a parishioner
did not respect the clergy, did he at least respect the church?
Following a quick cup of tea, the parishioner
wished me well and sent me on my way.
Thiery's book on late medieval English parishioners
assigns religion its rightful place in the "civilizing process.
PARISHIONERS said theyhad grown increasinglyconcerned about RevRooke's sermons.
Sunday Mass was a bit colder than usual for parishioners
A PRIEST has launched an attack on his parishioners
after leaving his church.
A large parish may even give the illusion that a parishioner
spoke of their shock after the Archdeacons of St Asaph and Wrexham, Rev Bernard Thomas and Rev Malcolm Squires, read out a statement at the 8am, 11 am and 6pm services at St Mary's on Sunday.
Chicago: Cardinal Francis George advised his parishioners
that "abortion is a defining issue" both morally and politically.
The goal should be to deliver timely, relevant and customized information, thereby enhancing parishioner
We have to think positively," said Frank Statkus, a parishioner
from Shrewsbury who sits on the Friends committee.