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Example sentences for "archdiocese"

Lexicographically close words:
archbishops; archchancellor; archdeaconries; archdeaconry; archdeacons; archducal; archduchesses; archdukes; arche; arched
  1. In 1408 the clergy of the city of Prague and of the archdiocese forwarded to the Archbishop a written statement complaining of Hus's preaching in the Bethlehem chapel.

  2. It is probable that the decision of the Archbishop, which he published at a meeting of the synod of the archdiocese on June 16, was known before that day.

  3. Some of these works attracted the attention of his superiors, and were condemned in 1388 by a Synod of the Archdiocese of Prague.

  4. The old weapons were again furbished and hurled by the Abbe Laborde, Vicar of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Auch, and by the Abbe Dennavit, Professor of Theology at Lyons.

  5. The archdiocese of Munich-Freising is one of those in which the attempt to suppress modern scientific thought has been most steadily carried on.

  6. This examination was held before the vicar-general of the archdiocese and the regent of the theological seminary, and was so satisfactory that Jean was now permitted to enter the seminary for the course of theology, in 1814.

  7. Materials in the archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe also document the presence of the Franciscan Third Order in New Mexico and suggest to me its influence on penitente activity.

  8. In 1880 Bishop Corrigan was made coadjutor, with the right of succession, to Cardinal McCloskey, archbishop of New York, under the title of archbishop of Petra; and thereafter nearly all the practical work of the archdiocese fell to his hands.

  9. It belongs to the archdiocese of Bourges, the region of the XII.

  10. Conference Bulletin of Archdiocese of New York, Volume XIV, No.

  11. For a survey of recent opinion, see the Conference Bulletin of the Archdiocese of New York, Vol.

  12. Though the diocese of Cebu has few who understand the Spanish language, there are many in Manila and adjacent provinces who speak it; and in contrast to the limited facilities of the Cebu seminary, the archdiocese has the University of Sto.

  13. The Dominicans are also established in the archdiocese of San Francisco, where they have a convent at Benicia on the Sacramento River, besides furnishing pastors to several other parishes.

  14. A further division of the archdiocese of San Francisco was found necessary in 1861.

  15. After the successful completion of his studies, he was ordained priest of the archdiocese of Strigonium in 1836.

  16. Two years later, he was transferred to the archdiocese of Mechlin, in which Brussels is included; and since the opening of the council he has been elevated by the holy see to the primacy of Belgium.

  17. Fathers McKenna and McMahon have received permission from Archbishop Williams to solicit subscriptions in the Archdiocese of Boston.

  18. There are already in the Archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh several important religions institutions.

  19. In the Archdiocese of Glasgow, one hundred and twenty-one priests, of whom twenty-four are members of religious societies, attend to the spiritual wants of the missions and congregations.

  20. As three British bishops were at Arles in 314, when only one of these seven bishoprics was in existence, the antiquity and completeness of our island Church compares very favourably with that of the archdiocese of Rouen.

  21. Beginning with the archdiocese of Rouen, and bearing in mind that it is not the way of ecclesiastical traditions to err on the side of lateness, the first dated bishops in the several dioceses are as follows.

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    Other words:
    archbishopric; bailiwick; bishopric; borough; canton; city; commune; conference; county; diocese; district; duchy; electorate; government; hamlet; hundred; magistracy; metropolis; parish; precinct; principality; province; region; riding; see; shire; stake; state; synod; territory; town; township; village; ward