Definition: clergyman attached to a chapel
Definition: clergyman attached to a chapel
Sentences Containing 'chaplain'
Well, my friend, fortune is inconstant, as the chaplain of the regiment said.
It would be indecent, no doubt, to compare either a curate or a chaplain with a journeyman in any common trade.
The pay of a curate or chaplain, however, may very properly be considered as of the same nature with the wages of a journeyman.
The chaplain said he would go with him to see what madmen there were in the house; so they went upstairs, and with them some of those who were present.
For some years he acted as tutor in Jamaica, and then was chaplain at Glasgow university.
When the new chaplain, Robert Dewey, arrived in 1965, the issue came to a head.
The first Chief Chaplain of the French Navy.
He created the position of Chief Chaplain of the French Navy.
There had been no Jewish Chaplain of the French Navy before him.
Matthias Gottlund, Carl Axel's father, worked as the chaplain of the local congregation at the time.
During World War Two he was a chaplain in the RAAF.
On July 2, 2008, he was appointed as a Chaplain of His Holiness with the title, Monsignor.
Ayala's Scottish chaplain was arrested for murder and returned to Scotland.
He served in Vietnam as a captain and chaplain in Headquarters and Headquarters Company of the 199th Infantry Brigade.
Rabbi Neil Amswych was appointed as the Mayor’s Chaplain.
He was appointed court chaplain in 1668 and gave the King communion in 1670.
He was chaplain to Elizabeth I and was present at her deathbed, documented in the diary of John Manningham.
During this period he was also an honorary chaplain to the forces.
Having spent several years in the priesthood, Reverend Corea was appointed Chaplain to the Bishop of Colombo.
Bass was thereafter portrayed by Jack Chaplain in an 1961 episode of "The Outlaws".
All the men were former Rough Riders (with Rev. Brown serving as the regimental chaplain.)
Bate accompanied Horace Walpole as chaplain when the latter went to Paris as ambassador.
In 1953, after a short spell as a curate in Huddersfield, Phipps was appointed Chaplain at Trinity.
He was ordained priest in 1930 and was chaplain at Cuddesdon until 1934; and then vice-principal until 1935.
Clementine Deymann was a priest and prison chaplain.
The diocese subsidises a BSL qualified Chaplain Among Deaf People.
Served as a Chaplain at the Knights of Columbus Parish in Tagbilaran, Bohol.
Brito is first mentioned in the year 1221 as a chaplain of Hubert de Burgh.
Thomas Scott was a hospital chaplain here from 1785–1803.
He appears first to have been chaplain to the Middletons at Leighton Hall, near Lancaster.
He was a Royal Navy commando chaplain in World War II and later the Bishop of Norwich.
He was a very popular and distinguished chaplain of No.
After his ordination he became chaplain in Adony.
An Honorary Chaplain to the Queen, he retired in 1975 and died on 3 January 1979.
"Edgewood", the Chaplain's house, also dates to this era of expansion and was located at the southeast of the complex.
His first post was as a Curate at All Saints, New Eltham, after which he was Chaplain of Christ's College, Cambridge.
He was ordinaed in 1959 and was initially chaplain in St.
He forced the school's chaplain Larry Fry to read a letter he had prepared.
His first post was as chaplain at the Royal Ordnance factory at Swynnerton.
Ignacio Montes de Oca y Obregón, who had been the personal chaplain to Emperor Maximilian.
After a curacy at Portsea he was a World War I temporary Chaplain to the Forces.
During World War I, he served as a military chaplain.
Charbonneau did resign and became the chaplain at a hospital in Victoria, British Columbia.
Thomas Kiefer became the pastor and also served as Port Chaplain until 1984.
After his return to Europe, he became Chaplain to the British mission at Leghorn in 1762.
He was also rector of Tankersley in Yorkshire, and chaplain to the Marchioness of Rockingham.
Walter Dulaney Addison who was for a time Chaplain of the Senate lived here and conducted a school here.
Agnew later served as chaplain for the Queen's Rangers during the American Revolution.
Cooper was educated at Queen's College, Oxford where he later served as chaplain.
Catholic High was unique in the Diocese of Lafayette in that it had a full-time chaplain, Fr.
More Vocab Wordsagglomeration - collection; heap; V. agglomerate: gather into a rounded mass; N. aggolmeate: jumbled mass; heap
neophyte - recent convert; new member of a religious group; beginner; CF. plant
haunt - (of a spirit) visit (a place); come to mind continually; visit (a place) regularly; frequent; Ex. haunted house; Ex. haunted by his last words; N: place much frequented
rote - repetition; memorization through repetition without understanding; Ex. learn poetry by rote
bulwark - strong wall built for defense; earthwork or other strong defense; person who defends
shambles - (place or scene of) complete disorder or ruin; wreck; mess; Ex. After the hurricane, the coast was a shambles.
panegyric - formal praise; encomium; Ex. I don't deserve such panegyrics.
unassailable - not open to attack; impregnable; not subject to question
mettle - courage (to continue bravely in spite of difficulties); spirit; ADJ. mettlesome
flighty - (esp. of a woman's behavior) capricious; often changing, esp. from one lover to another; impulsive