Translation of congregation in Spanish:

congregation

fieles, n.

Pronunciation /kɒŋɡrɪˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n//ˌkɑŋɡrəˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    (masculine plural) (attending service) fieles
    (masculine plural) (parishioners) feligreses
    falling congregations may lead to the closure of some churches la disminución del número de fieles puede llevar al cierre de algunas iglesias
    • the Lutheran congregation in Dayton los miembros de la iglesia luterana de Dayton
    • It was observed too, that while some religious congregations even-handedly promoted vocations to the vowed life and the laity, this was not universal.
    • In the congregation assembled for worship, these two movements meet, and the heavenly angels join the children of God in festal celebration.
    • In those jobs they have been well received and proved themselves to be excellent pastoral workers, attending to their congregations with no less compassion and intelligence than their male counterparts.
    • Eighteen religious congregations have now formally agreed to contribute 128 million to the State's compensation scheme.
    • Often it seemed that the message had transformed not merely the lives of individuals, but even whole congregations.
    • The congregation or assembly does not wait until worship is over before it proclaims the good news.
    • For each song of the congregation throughout the worship service, the organist plays the same servant role.
    • This was a list of their religious and social demands and included demands that ministers should be elected by the whole congregation and that they should teach the Holy Gospel in a pure and simple form.
    • And if some congregations are choosing denominationalism, who and where are they?
    • This ethos also leads the faith-based programs to encourage extended social ties between their low-income clients and local religious congregations.
    • Bishop Ryan is disappointed at falling Sunday Mass attendances but he recognises that congregations are now attending out of conviction rather than convention.
    • No longer will we sit silently in church conferences, conventions, assemblies or congregations where the Bible is used to caricature and condemn us.
    • The whole congregation was asked to stand and join in prayer for us.
    • If they did, they, too, would die, and God's wrath would come upon the whole congregation.
    • You may find it impossible to buy or rent a building for your congregation's worship services, or even to conduct an open-air revival meeting.
    • It brings much delight and refreshment to a congregation in the Prayer Meeting to hear one or two unfamiliar texts of the Bible quoted.
    • I find very few of these young adults in traditional worship services in congregations on Sunday mornings.
    • Slowly various people throughout the whole congregation got to their feet, until finally all were standing.
    • Today's architects reach for new forms of expression that will shape the life and worship of congregations.
    • For this service the whole congregation stands throughout, as the doors of the Ark are open.
    • There should be hymn-singing by ragis or by the whole congregation.
    • So she took her back home and she and her whole congregation prayed over her for her to heal.
    • The congregation in Basra is doing better and meets regularly now.
    • All around the meeting place are blocks of flats and the congregation regularly does leaflet drops.
    • Mass congregations for a religious purpose must be banned, to avoid such tragedies as well as to avoid communal conflagrations.
    • In it the Epiklesis invokes the Holy Spirit over the assembled congregation, but not on the elements.
    • From the point of view of the religious congregations, seizing all opportunities to bring lay Jews closer to Orthodoxy, the shaitl did not seem to be a theme worthy of reflection.
    • The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy.
    • What ought to be worship from a congregation has become entertainment for an audience.
    • Now we have one or two homeless members that are a regular part of our congregation.
    • It will not take long, however, for the whole congregation to learn all the words.
    • The ministry and the budget need to reflect the assembled gifts of the congregation.
    • Now people hop, skip, and jump among religious bodies and congregations, picking and choosing, paying their money and taking their choice.
    • Society in general, and the general decline in the nation's moral responsibilities, is also named as the reason for dwindling congregations and religious desertion.
    • Gathered in worship, a congregation will hear things its members will not hear elsewhere.
    • Can we believe this and still worship in congregations that aren't racially diverse?
    • The congregation regularly sponsors food bank drives and soup kitchens for the poor, many of whom are gambling addicts, and now faces eviction if the casino licence is approved.
    • They typically offered a more prominent role to women in their congregations than did the Regular Baptists.
    • The core congregation that regularly goes to church is considerably smaller.
    • I struggled to attend worship and sing in the choir at my home congregation.
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    (RC society)
    congregación feminine
    • There is, of course, secrecy over these general congregations.
    • The primary duty and responsibility of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is to promote and preserve the Catholic Faith throughout the Church.
    • All matters of importance are referred to the general congregations, which since 1870 are held in the Vatican.
    • Last August I was summoned to our provincial headquarters where I was given a 14-page communication from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
    • And, of course the cardinals will be in their general congregation.