religious order


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We have a ridiculous situation where religious orders have developed a property portfolio by levying taxes on the ordinary Joe.
Especially when this same religious order still owes [euro]3million to the redress scheme set up for the survivors of the Magdalene Laundries.
The letter to the pope from French bishops, and a website statement by the religious order the Legionaries of Christ, were the latest expressions of shame and regret from local churches or religious orders.
Religious orders, like the ones the sisters belong to, have been going through these changes for decades, said Tod Tamberg, a spokesman for the archdiocese.
is still contesting the sale, but a lawyer for the religious order said that issue should be resolved.
In many ways, it is structured like a religious order (such as the Jesuits or Franciscans), and it is led by clerics.
In Letter Ruling (TAM) 200437032, the IRS ruled that a legacy to a member of a religious order who had taken a vow of poverty did not qualify for the estate tax charitable deduction under Sec.
In letter ruling (technical advice memorandum) 200437032, the IRS ruled that a bequest to a member of a religious order who had taken a vow of poverty did not qualify for the estate tax charitable deduction under IRC section 2055.
Forty years later she tried to sue the Catholic religious order in a test case ruling, seeking pounds 50, 000 compensation over her alleged ill-treatment as a child at Nazareth House in Cardonald, Glasgow.
Professional associations recognized the quality of the higher studies of the religious order schools and reacted accordingly.
part of a 53-acre campus and home to retirees of a religious order.
The work is for those simply interested in information on religious women, as well as for those who may be interested in entering a religious order.
As the presence of members of the religious order that founded the college or university diminished through defection, death, and lack of vocations, the importance of the lay faculty increased.
Any legal order is bound to "establish" one religious order or another, the argument runs, and the only question is whose.
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