- n. Plural form of priest.
“Thus we are all consecrated as priests by baptism, as St. Peter says: Ye are a royal priesthood, a holy nation (1 Peter ii. 9); and in the book of Revelations: and hast made us unto our God (by Thy blood) kings and priests (Rev.v. 10).”
“Bishop James Cowan of the diocese of British Columbia told his synod at the Mar. 6-7 meeting that Conservative Immigration Minister Jason Kenney was “insulting” in the way he refused to allow eleven priests from the Anglican Church of the province of Myanmar to visit last fall when the diocese was celebrating its 150th anniversary.”
“One of the priests is saying: "What a great recruitment poster!”
“HANSEN: Given that sexual abuse by priests is a major issue in these times - one that the Pope has had to address - is there any reason to believe the timing of Mother Mary Mackillop's canonization isn't a coincidence?”
“If you are as concerned about child abuse in the Catholic Church as you claim to be, you would support removing homosexual priests from the Church.”
“Religious activity - at that time closely aligned with scientific activity - included a congress among astronomer-priests from the varying cultural groups to correlate their calendars.”
“I'd bet, if he made up his mind, that he could walk barefoot across red-hot stones, like those Kanaka priests from the South Seas.”
“Our being priests is simply a new way of being united to Christ.”
“A class of priests is as antithetical to democracy as an aristocracy.”
“Cover-up of paedophile priests is not a crime against humanity and is not subject to universal jurisdiction.”
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