licentiate


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holds a license (degree) from a (European) university

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A half-century ago, he received his licentiate in sacred theology at Washington Theological College.
Born July 6, 1921, Canon Buchner served in the Royal Canadian Air Force until 1943, when he decided to become a priest, graduating with a licentiate in theology from Trinity College in 1947.
Many matrimonial judges are not well qualified for their work, lacking a doctorate or a licentiate in canon law.
Stafford, who holds a licentiate in theology and a master's degree in social work, shares with Pope John Paul II a conservative theology that is often in high profile.
Ordained a priest in 1973, bishop-elect Hoskin received a licentiate in theology from Wycliffe in 1972; he also pursued theological studies at Lincoln Theological College, England, from 1972-1973.
Father Somerville is a pastor, liturgist and a composer who has a licentiate in Sacramental Theology from San Anselmo University, Rome.
Mulligan, longtime teacher of moral theology, has a licentiate but no doctorate in theology.
Three years after his ordination, he continued his education at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome where he obtained a licentiate and a doctorate in sacred theology in 2001.
He was a formator and a professor with a licentiate in moral theology, but he remained humble and human.
After receiving a bachelor of arts degree at the University of Saskatchewan and a licentiate in theology at Emmanuel College, in Saskatoon, Mr.
A native of Hamilton, Ohio, Stuhlmueller studied theology at the Catholic University of America in Washington and later obtained a licentiate in sacred scripture and a doctorate at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome.
The Bill provides that the common final year MBBS exams to be known as National Exit Test (NEXT) would serve as licentiate exam for entrance to post-graduate medical courses and as the screening test for foreign medical graduates.
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