priest's door

priest’s door

The door by which the priest enters the chancel from the side.
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The image of the writhing teenager at the church is enough to push me to twist the knob of the thirty-five-year-old Cebuano priest's door. The framed photo of his younger, half-naked, buffed body hangs just below the crucifix on his wall.
"My feeling has always been that a priest's door should always be open.
It's reputed to have been haunted by a monk murdered by a musketball fired at him as he left through the priest's door.
Long lines of people form at the priest's door before and after Mass, to discuss sacramental needs and personal problems.