1.1(profession)the ministry — (esp in the Catholic church) el ministerio sacerdotal
- to go into / enter the ministry — hacerse clérigo
- But the most important result is that, in a divided Church, ministry is not efficacious.
- The story is that as Hays struggled over his choice of vocation, the ministry or politics, the church and politics fought over him.
- Fr. Dunne, since moving to Tinryland in 1989, became very well respected in the parish for his pastoral and caring ministry.
- I think there are going to continue to be men and women called to ministry as God would call him.
- The chapters cover topics such as: worship, Bible versions, the ministry, elders and deacons, moaners and groaners, problems in the church, and revival.
- I've heard it argued that it shouldn't be easier for a priest to leave the active ministry than it is for laypeople to end their marriages.
- In short, black women are important in the life of the church and in the ministry.
- Does a decline in the social status of the ministry as a profession weaken recruitment?
- The essential apostolic office is that of the bishop, an office intimately associated with the person and ministry of Jesus Christ.
- And Vernon Presley, Elvis' dad said Elvis felt a call toward ministry.
- Love for God and neighbor, as lived out in the ministry of Jesus, specifies and constitutes freedom as Christians understand it.
- The office traces its origins to the New Testament church, where the ministry of Stephen and others is described in the Acts of the Apostles as their diaconia.
- Many times church leaders or pastors may say that a ministry's goal is to change lives.
- The church ministry is now divided according to different age groups and administered by the pastor and six deacons elected by the congregation.
- He came to a personal faith in Jesus Christ in 1976 and has served in the Christian ministry for 23 years.
- Will Willimon is dean of the chapel and professor of Christian ministry at Duke University.
- The antidote to this is for committed lay people, men and women, to be included in the ministry of the church.
- We also discussed why Marian decided to train for the ministry, and her training so far.
- I encountered Maritain in this his last book while studying for the Episcopal ministry in 1969.
- His entire Christian life and ministry revolved around visible churches.
(period of service, activity)ministerio masculine
- In the decades that followed his death, out of the circle of 12 that had accompanied him during his three years of ministry, 10 would die a martyr's death.
- It was there that he lived during the time of the ministry and crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
- During the time of His ministry, Jesus Christ lived in northern Galilee, at Capernaum, a short distance north from Magdala along the shore of the sea.
- Periodically in my ministry, we have done worship planning with groups of lay people.
(department)ministerio masculinesecretaría feminine MexicoMinistry of Agriculture — (in UK) Ministerio de Agricultura masculine
- Ministry of Defence — (in UK) Ministerio de Defensa
- During Zhu's term, the Chinese government abolished 61 separate ministries and departments and laid off more than 1.15 million officials.
- The recommendations of these Parliaments have been tabled to the relevant Government ministries and departments for consideration.
- There will be three deputy prime ministers, and three new ministries will be created - state administration, sports and youth, and energy and energy resources.
- The IGC appointed ministers to head the major ministries last summer, but never appointed a prime minister.
- A National Policy Agency official on loan to the ministry, and a health ministry official on loan to the Cabinet Office will also take part, the officials said.
- The movement's leader was the only one who could elect the head of the parliamentary group, the Parliament itself, the heads of ministries, and the prime minister.
- As chairman of the Cabinet of ministers the prime minister is ultimately held responsible by the press and the public for what happens in each ministry represented in his Cabinet.
- The document is the result of extensive consultation with government ministries and departments and other public and private sector organisations.
- After each question, the prime minister directed questions concerning a certain ministry over to that particular minister to answer.
- Japan's transport ministry said today that it has been informed of a possible terrorist threat against the Yokota base, which serves as the headquarters for US forces in Japan.
- In short, the reforms were an effort to bring under scrutiny the activities of all Government ministries and departments through the supreme law making body of the country, Parliament.
- Those Ministers are a risk to them, so if the Minister of State Services and the Government can roll those ministries into a bigger department, then that is fine.
- This country has a strange culture whereby Government departments and ministries puff out their chests, depending on how much public funds they spend.
- He called on the scrap metal dealers to liaise with his ministry if they had any outstanding contracts that needed to be met.
- In 1893 Austria's ministry of culture commissioned the artists Gustav Klimt and Franz Matsch to decorate the Great Hall of the University of Vienna.
- Iraq's interior ministry says that the American, a Sri Lanka and two Arab nationals were kidnapped from their office in western Baghdad today.
- Since arriving in China on Monday, Nowak has met with vice minister-level officials from the ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Public Security.
- Also coming out of the summit was a plan to reorganize government ministries, affecting 15 ministries and 156 associated departments.
- At the end of 2001, the provincial environment ministry issued four orders against the city of Hamilton for allowing discharges into the Red Hill Creek.
- The reporters' expedition to the site was organised by the Iraqi information ministry to document what it called American war ‘crimes’.
(period of office)gestión ministerial feminine
- Governments in the faction period were usually short-lived; a ministry which lasted 12 months had done well.
- After the death of Canning and the failure of the Goderich ministry, Wellington became prime minister in January 1828.
- In his first ministry from 1868 to 1874, Gladstone implemented many government reforms.