- adj. relating to an archdiocese
- adj. of or relating to an archdiocese
“For more information on NFP classes, call the archdiocesan Office for Family, Laity, Youth and Young Adults at 651 291-4489.”
“A high-ranking archdiocesan official who oversaw priests was also charged with child endangerment over allegations he transferred accused clergy among parishes.”
“An added point of interest, and a circumstance of which we were espacially glad, was that a seminarian friend of mine had brought some of his fellow alumni of the Bamberg archdiocesan seminary.”
“In his archdiocesan magazine in early March 2010 the Cardinal said that the question of priest celibacy and the question of personality development needed to be looked at by the Vatican.”
“Aymond said he inquired and learned that despite archdiocesan prohibition, corporal punishment was and is expressly authorized in St. Augustine's handbook, administered with a piece of wood at the front of a class.”
“In August, O'Malley blocked access from archdiocesan headquarters to one of the critical blogs, the anonymously penned Boston Catholic Insider.”
“The lack of civility is very disturbing," said Terrence C. Donilon, the archdiocesan spokesman.”
“According to the Church's release, the Archdiocesan Conduct Response Team that investigated the claim consists of "professional laypersons and the archdiocesan vicar for clergy," and had been looking into the case for 7 months.”
“DeSipio studied at St. Charles Borromeo, the archdiocesan seminary, in the late 1970s and early 1980s before becoming a sex-crimes prosecutor for the city and then a defense lawyer.”
“The archbishop has said corporal punishment institutionalizes violence, runs counter to Catholic teaching and good educational practice, and violates local archdiocesan school policy.”
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