In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(esp in UK: Anglican)párroco masculino
- The movement claims as active members 40 or 50 Church of England vicars and some Catholic priests.
- The Rev George Moffat, the team vicar for the Manningham parish, said church officials were concerned about the lack of police response to the incident and had written to complain.
- But the vicar, whose former parishes include Rochdale and Ashton under Lyne, did not let the incident put him off his marathon ride.
- On these grounds the requirement for bishops to have served fifteen years in a parish, and vicars five as a curate, were also clear improvements.
- Boulliau was ordained in 1630, becoming a vicar in a parish including Loudun.
- Alistair, the 25-year-old comedian of the show, has even received fan-mail from the local vicar, the parish council and the Mayor of Scarborough.
- The Corbridge pele, built of reused Roman stonework, lies on the edge of the churchyard and was the vicar's house.
- Female curates are acceptable in many parishes but not as vicars and that has to change.
- He said that as the parish vicar he would have expected his child to attend All Saints as it is a church school.
- In our recent report of the 50th anniversary celebrations at St Nicholas Primary School at Old Marston, Oxford, we described the Rev Paul Rimmer as the parish vicar.
- Growing up in rural Sussex, our parish vicar was a mad-keen racing fan and a good tipster.
- For 12 months cameras will follow the fortunes of the St Mary Magdalene's, which at present is being looked after by a vicar from a neighbouring parish, as the new incumbent tries to make a difference.
- Chairman of the trust and the vicar for the parishes of Dalton, Askam and Ireleth, the Rev Allan Mitchell, said there was a ‘great need’ for such a facility in the town.
- But parishioners at St Laurence's, the town's parish church, just a stone's throw away, were up in arms because their own vicar's house is Chorley's official rectory.
- She later earned a doctorate in psychology from Fordham University, and was the vicar for religious in the Trenton Diocese.
- I was wondering if you could direct me to the vicar's house.
- Rob leads prayers twice a month at Greenfield Baptist and Congregational Church in Urmston, Trafford, because the parish can't afford a vicar of its own.
- The vicar of the parish, Banks, is excessively sentimental about the church and is constantly importuning Stannard with hesitations and objections.
- The Scarborough self-defence business chief has his hands on a new career as a Church of England vicar, after being recommended for an ordination course by the Archbishop of York.
- A looming financial crisis could leave a parish without a full-time vicar this year.
2(Catholic)vicario masculinothe Vicar of Christ — el Vicario de Cristo
- Mr John will be licensed and welcomed as team vicar by the Bishop of Bradford at St Paul's Church, Manningham, on December 5.
- Now, I suspect that most of us read this anecdote with a somewhat bemused attitude at the daring of the vicar for having asked something so time-consuming of his bishop.
- Mr Sterry, 48, came to Whalley in 1994 as chaplain to the Bishop of Blackburn before becoming a vicar and warden of Whalley Abbey in 1997.
- Two vicars have quit their positions on the Bishop of Manchester's staff in protest at a decision to cancel a controversial gay and lesbian service at the city's cathedral.
- The Pope's vicar or deputy for Rome, Cardinal Camillo Luini, also continues in his functions of providing for the pastoral needs of the city.
- Bishops should resume their traditional roles as vicars of Christ in their own dioceses and be prepared to consult with the presbyteral, pastoral, and finance councils provided for in canon law.
- The power to sack vicars would be given to bishops under a proposed ‘common tenure’ arrangement for all clergy, including curates, cathedral canons and the bishops themselves.
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