Translation of diocese in Spanish:


diócesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdaɪəˌsiz//ˈdaɪəsəs//ˈdʌɪəsɪs/


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    diócesis feminine
    • That's one reason that there has been a spontaneous burst of energy in dioceses whose bishops are retiring.
    • Mr Fielding is director of education in the diocese of Grahamstown and archdeacon of Albany.
    • Two or three of the metropolitan dioceses offer welcomed exceptions to this general rule.
    • The organizational structure of parishes and dioceses is not a divine formula.
    • It is located in the diocese of Lucknow, one of 27 dioceses in the Church of North India.
    • Critics of the plans claimed the bishop should have shut other churches in the diocese if he wanted to save money.
    • Detroit was one of the first dioceses to close parishes on a large scale.
    • Rather than dump him out of the priesthood, as happened in other dioceses, Dublin diocese decided to help him responsibly manage his life.
    • Seven dioceses and eparchies, which are dioceses of the Eastern Catholic Churches, were not in compliance by year's end.
    • As in many other dioceses, there is no structured prison ministry at the diocesan level.
    • A number of Church of England dioceses have organised peace vigils to coincide with the demonstration.
    • He had been due to appear before the Consistory Court of the diocese of Ripon and Leeds, opening in Leeds on Monday.
    • Secondly, the pope was head of all the bishops of the Western dioceses, including those of Africa, with regard to questions of discipline and faith.
    • Nothing has been said about what would become of parishes, clergy, or dioceses in a church which walks apart.
    • A large version of the candle will be lit in every church in the diocese at Christmas.
    • The bishop of my own diocese acknowledged as much in his pastoral letter on the subject.
    • Two parish priests in the dioceses of Lincoln and Southwark even provided dates for the ceremonies, which they agreed could take place in their own churches.
    • Bishops' activities were confined to their own dioceses and monasteries exempted from episcopal interference.
    • Indeed, dioceses, parishes, and individuals should be more free to follow their consciences.
    • Parishes and dioceses have been asked to study the issues involved and to listen respectfully to the views of others.