Translation of priestly in Spanish:

priestly

sacerdotal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpris(t)li//ˈpriːstli/

adjective

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    sacerdotal
    • It was he said perhaps a thank you for help given in time of tragedies and difficulties which was only part of his priestly duties.
    • The women are taking over priestly and clerical duties, such as chaplaincies.
    • There are calls to do away with clerical celibacy and admit women to priestly functions.
    • The deification of the cow was undoubtedly linked with the rise of the priestly Brahmin caste in early Hinduism.
    • The parish is grateful to him for his presence amongst us, his spiritual anecdotes and his untiring priestly zeal for our spiritual welfare.
    • That sense found clear expression in his later poetry as he pondered the priestly vocation.
    • He seemed to have expertise in science and finance as well as his priestly duties.
    • There is something priestly about him, a lofty, ascetic air.
    • My father used his black graduation robe from rabbinical seminary as his priestly garb.
    • His injuries were not serious and is likely to be back at his priestly duties in the near future.
    • The Celt's priestly caste, the Druids, has become a part of modern folklore.
    • Many of these men are able and willing to resume priestly duties and functions.
    • Zechariah performs his priestly service at the geographical center of Jewish piety, the temple.
    • He's a strict vegetarian, and observes all the rules of personal purity necessary to do the priestly work.
    • Bede's portrait of the pagan priest Coifi was influenced by Christian ideas about proper priestly conduct.
    • He will be returning to Orlando where he will be continuing his priestly duties.
    • What can be done to restore the priestly and pastoral ministry of bishops to its position of primacy?
    • Kealy has always conducted himself in an exemplary priestly manner.
    • One cannot truly proclaim a prophetic word until a priestly word has first been spoken!
    • They recommend strongly against the return of a few to any kind of priestly work.