archdiocese


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the diocese of an archbishop

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According to the news website of CBCP, Lagdameo was named the archdiocese's apostolic administrator 'sede vacante' (Latin for 'with the seat being vacant') until Lazo assumes canonical possession of the Archdiocese of Jaro.
Clergy and lay people from across the Archdiocese of Chicago are invited to participate in the Mass for Life, which concludes with sending congregants to join thousands for March for Life Chicago, an annual pro-life public rally of civic, community and religious leaders along with laity from across the Midwest.
The report outlined the program's progress and reviewed steps the archdiocese made in dealing "vigorously" with clergy accused of abuse and preventing acts of abuse through the safe environment programs.
Some voices in the archdiocese have called for Nienstedt to resign, including Rev.
Archdiocese of Newark, alleges that the archdiocese has turned its burial grounds into a cash cow--a potential violation of state laws regarding the use of cemetery revenue.
It said discussions between the school, the Archdiocese and the Department for Education would continue.
The grand jury said the archdiocese had found the allegation against him unsubstantiated despite the accuser's "obvious credibility".
With the grace of God, I will do my very best to oversee and govern the archdiocese until the appointment of a new archbishop.
The project, which is being supported by the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America, is due to be completed in 2012.
My experience of the Archdiocese is that the spirit of St David is still very much alive and summed up in his dying words: 'Be joyful, keep the faith'.
The archdiocese has said its net worth is closer to $19 million.
Cardinal Justin Rigali, the current archbishop, was criticized by many of his priests for public statements in defense of the archdiocese.
Goans" -- those southwestern Indians with the Portuguese-sounding names--comprise a tiny fraction of the one-and-a-half-million plus Catholics in the Toronto archdiocese.
Despite protests from hundreds of parents, Liverpool council's executive board is expected to back a recommendation from the archdiocese which controls the five schools in a meeting on Friday.
This week the Archdiocese of Portland began an extensive effort to notify anyone who believes he or she has a claim against the Archdiocese to file the claim by April 29, 2005.