Translation of archdeacon in Spanish:

archdeacon

archidiácono, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɑrtʃˈdikən//ɑːtʃˈdiːk(ə)n//ˈɑːtʃdiːk(ə)n/

noun

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    archidiácono masculine
    arcediano masculine
    • There are other important people in the diocese who have to be there too, such as the archdeacons and rural deans.
    • The archdeacon John Collas will administer the Adelaide diocese until a new archbishop is found early next year.
    • The archdeacon added: ‘These personal debts were accumulated over a period of years.’
    • Theobald put forward his archdeacon, Thomas Becket, the son of a London merchant, who had demonstrated the brilliance of his mind in Theobald's service.
    • But the laity's judgement of its pastors has not always coincided with the priorities of bishops and archdeacons and may not have done so in this period.
    • The daughter of an archdeacon and a mathematics teacher, she was ranked continuously in the world top 10 from 1967 to 1979 and was British No 1 for 10 years.
    • The responses received also included questionnaires filled in by 100 licensed lay workers, 56 archdeacons, 18 bishops, 13 deans or provosts and 61 residentiary canons.
    • There are at present also five women archdeacons who carry delegated responsibility from bishops.
    • In 1072, with the aim of promoting ecclesiastical discipline, he ordered bishops to appoint first archdeacons - again following Norman practice - and then rural deans.
    • One document acknowledges an archdeacon's grant of the use of his books to a house of Franciscan friars, who were to keep the books when the donor died.
    • They hastily gathered three bishops to lay hands on the archdeacon as his successor.
    • Among the walkers, numbering almost 2,000, were local dignitaries including Councillor Eric Bell, Mayor of Chorley, and the archdeacon of Blackburn.
    • One finds oneself going into a room and meeting an archdeacon, and becoming completely tongue-tied.
    • In 418, competing camps elected their own popes, Eulalius, an archdeacon, and Boniface I, a priest.
    • Canon Welton, who was appointed first archdeacon of a new archdeaconry comprising East London, Mdantsane and Komga in 1970, will be retiring to Gonubie.
    • The young man had displeased both Increase and Cotton Mather, the archdeacons of the Puritan world.
    • They also had canons to assist them, however the archdeacons were replaced by ‘suffragan’ bishops, from the latin ‘suffragator’, meaning ‘supporter’.
    • Exeter allowed only bishops and knights to have effigies, whereas Hereford and Wells gave the privilege also to cathedral dignitaries like deans and archdeacons.
    • If such a declaration is made, the bishop requests his archdeacon to hold an inquiry and if that inquiry concludes that there is evidence of a breakdown a formal tribunal is held.
    • ‘I cannot understand why the archdeacon would be surprised or disappointed at our actions,’ he said.