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the diocese of an archbishop

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The Charity Commission clearly criticises the archdiocesan trust for having poor financial controls at parish level.
The archdiocese reported that it had been "inundated" with negative phone calls and e-mails regarding DeGette's invitation to speak at the archdiocesan event when a newspaper had announced the event and her appearance.
Clearly, the one absolute benefit derived through CCOPE services is the number of clients who might avoid inappropriate placement in a nursing facility - Archdiocesan or otherwise.
This new cathedral is important to our archdiocesan family in that it will provide us with a much needed central place of worship for major religious events.
Communications Officer Rhiel dela Rosa of the Capiz Archdiocesan Social Action Center (CASAC), Inc.
The last time this archdiocesan celebration was held in San Fabian was in 1977.
The school's strategies include an archdiocesan marketing effort entering its third year that includes television and radio commercials, billboards and a lovemyschool.
Tagle led the mass for the formal opening of the archdiocesan process last Dec.
Michael Miller, CSB has continued the Roussin policy and at a meeting with Redeemer Pacific governors on September 24, 2009 he stated categorically, "It is Archdiocesan policy that there will be no Archdiocesan funding for the Catholic college at Trinity Western University but only funding for the Catholic colleges at the University of B.
Though the contents of the discussion remain confidential, VOTF spokeswoman Dorothy Kennedy described it as a "good meeting," and archdiocesan spokesman Terrence C.
The Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc.
Members of the Archdiocesan child protection team have been working closely with his former parish in St Helens.
Kathryn Burke, Liverpool Archdiocesan Liturgy Commission
and Sunshine Construction; Archdiocesan Housing Authority, Environmental Works, Beacon Development Group, and Marpac Construction for Katherine's Place, with 26 units of affordable housing; and Seattle Housing Authority, Mithun, SvR Design Company and Nakano Associations for High Point Redevelopment Phase I, which will feature 1049 affordable and market rate housing units.
CHICAGO * The Chicago archdiocese will begin July 1 offering its employees 12 weeks of paid parental leave, a move pioneered by Archbishop Blase Cupich to make the church more family-friendly, according to Catholic New World, the archdiocesan newspaper.