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prelate

a Church dignitary of high rank, such as a cardinal, bishop, or abbot
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In his sermon, the Prelate, Methodist Church Nigeria, Most Reverend Dr Uche, said Immanuel College, where clerics were bred, should not be contaminated.
The Manila prelate reminded Filipinos that we have a social responsibility to speak up against what is wrong.
Others said he was crazy for not saving his life,' the prelate said.
In his homily during Easter Mass from Bkirky, the prelate felt that the rolled stone of the tomb of Christ was not limited to a specific time or place.
On the morning of April 25, the prelate was going for a religious function when his car was stopped.
Sweden, March 12 -- The last rites of the chief Prelate of the Asgiriya Chapter of Shyamopali Maha Nikaya most Venerable Galagama Sri Dhammasiddhi Sri Dhammananda Aththadashyabidhana Mahanayaka Thero, will be held at the at Asgiriya Police Grounds, Kandy 2.
Cardinal Sarah is a courageous prelate who is unafraid of speaking out in defense of the Catholic Church and its teachings.
Summary: A year after "Arab Spring" protests led to the overthrow of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who had ruled Tunisia since 1989, the nation's leading prelate warns of the prospect of more protests in upcoming months.
Why is it not suitable for a prelate of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church to use a good car?
In it, the Prelate was taken to task over his perceived political meddling and hardline views on the Cyprus problem.
Summary: Rabat - Mgr Jean Abboud, a Belgian Catholic church prelate, called for setting up an international commission of inquiry and a special court to investigate human rights violations perpetrated on the Algerian territory.
The prelate made his comments while receiving a Brazilian delegation of Lebanese origins at his