Translation of parish in Spanish:


parroquia, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈparɪʃ//ˈpɛrɪʃ/


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    • 1.1(area)

      parroquia feminine
      (community/newsletter) (before noun) parroquial
      • Six Colorado parishes have left the church to join the Anglican Mission in America, the organization headed by the two bishops ordained in Singapore.
      • ‘It was news to the pastors in the parishes,’ Shea remembers.
      • Many of these lay candidates are already deeply involved in church ministry: in parishes, on diocesan staffs, as chaplains on campuses, in hospitals, and in jails.
      • Still, when properly led by a personally secure, sensitive, and open pastor, parishes generate levels of enthusiasm and commitment seldom matched in human community.
      • We should pray for renewal explicitly, as individuals, small Christian communities, parishes, and dioceses.
      • Pastors have seen entire parishes change simply by teaching their people to give their lives to Jesus each morning and each night.
      • The closing and merging of parishes also offer church leaders the opportunity to rethink how best to minister to Catholics.
      • Evangelicals claim to contribute more than 40% of the £400 million raised for the church by parishes each year.
      • For the past twelve years, I served as the pastor of a large parish in the heart of Chicago.
      • Conservative Protestant churches and Catholic parishes have done better - 8 and 20 percent respectively.
      • In fact, many, many Catholic women who are devout and active in their parishes think church leaders hate women, and they respond in kind.
      • The report accuses the church of allowing white parishes and parishioners to be favoured at the expense of their black brothers and sisters.
      • In the mainline churches, certain parishes have refused pastoral care to victims and their families.
      • The duties of the post include regular meetings of the clergy of the 12 parishes in the deanery and advising and helping churchwardens of parishes without a parish priest.
      • Readings and Prayers of the Faithful were done by parishioners from all churches in the parish.
      • They worry over the fact that their parish now has one priest though it formerly had three.
      • The conference sought support for the creation of a new network of parishes within the church.
      • Each diocese was then divided into parishes, with each parish containing just one church.
      • The dissident priests and parishes are opposed to the church's blessing of same-sex unions.
      • The bishops should also seriously consider individual school boards in parishes where pastors do not have the time or the interest to commit to the local school.

    • 1.2(residents)

      parroquia feminine

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    distrito masculine