Translation of diocesan in Spanish:


diocesano, adj.

Pronunciation /dʌɪˈɒsɪs(ə)n//daɪˈɑsəsən/


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    • It would be reassuring if a sample of these diocesan reports could actually be audited by outsiders, and a closer look taken in cases that seem to be statistically unlikely.
    • It seems to me that it's been a long time since that was a working metaphor among diocesan clergy.
    • How do we strive for justice and peace in our work with these minority groups in our seminary and diocesan community?
    • Each local context requires creative action that enables parish and diocesan leaders to promote a sense of belonging and ownership among Latinas and Latinos.
    • At the same time, a life of dedicated celibacy would be properly respected and maintained in religious life and among those diocesan clergy who freely choose it.
    • Many chapters have opened lines of communication with diocesan officials in an effort to find common ground but, in many ways, the rifts have only grown deeper.
    • According to Haines, some 50 people followed Dixon, who was accompanied by several diocesan officials.
    • This too may have its drawbacks, but at least a local appointee will have a fair knowledge of clergy and people and a sense of diocesan needs.
    • In the 1960s I wrote a Catholic column syndicated to ten diocesan newspapers.
    • The documents issuing from Rome and diocesan offices come across as totally abstract and divorced from real life.
    • As I look back on decades of chairing parish and diocesan meetings, the book's purpose hits home.
    • Diocesan newspapers do not broadcast weaknesses in diocesan procedures or policies.
    • So who insures compliance with diocesan policies?
    • In all likelihood there will be no universal template for diocesan statements, but they could all comply with a certain set of standards for intelligibility.
    • A good deal has been written about the need for accountability and transparency in diocesan transactions, financial and managerial.
    • In ten years, diocesan leaders have shrunk the number of parishes from 194 to 175.
    • At the same time, diocesan leaders must work especially hard to make clear the differences between a Mass and a Communion service.
    • But in the present climate, his testimony and that of diocesan attorneys just won't suffice.
    • Soon came the facsimile machine, and if there was not a machine at diocesan headquarters in Kenya, Ghana, or South Africa, there usually was one not far away.
    • Delegates from diocesan councils shall be elected to a national assembly of Roman Catholics empowered to oversee the well-being of the church in Canada.