Definition: parish priest; representative
Definition: parish priest; representative
Sentences Containing 'vicar'
About half of the pews were subject to pew rents, which paid the vicar's stipend.
After that he was Vicar of Fareham for a decade then the incumbent at Hayling Island until 1946.
After this he became Vicar of Brading and (in 1934) Rural Dean of East Wight.
As an auxiliary bishop, he also served as vicar general of the diocese from 1933 to 1934.
As an auxiliary bishop, he served as episcopal vicar for Broward and Monroe Counties.
Before that assistant pastor in Kiuruvesi (1879–92) and vicar of Paavola (1892–1900).
During his time as Vicar of Tettenhall, he served as Rural Dean of Trysull from 1976-1979.
Following this he was Vicar of Tettenhall Regis from 1971-1979 which was his final appointment before his elevation to the Episcopate.
He first married Mary Storre, the daughter of Thomas Storre who was the vicar of Bilsby.
He published his manifesto, whereby he set himself forth as the deliverer of the isles of the sea and vicar-general of all Oceanica.
He served as vicar general of the Archdiocese of Chicago from 1909 to 1915.
He served on the staff of the Episcopal Vicar for the Lay Apostolate from 1974-83.
He studied at St John's College, Cambridge, and became vicar of Lutterworth and of Claybrook.
He was a Curate of St James’, Exeter, then Vicar of Leusden.
He was born in Magherahamlet, County Down, the eldest son of Rev Richard Archer, vicar of Clonduff.
He was instrumental in the machinations behind Anne's downfall, earning him the sobriquet: 'The Vicar of Hell'.
He was then a Residentiary Canon at Newcastle Cathedral after which he was Vicar of Barking.
He was Vicar of Abbotsley until 1993; and died on 6 April 2002.
Hirth was appointed vicar Apostolic of Southern Nyanza on 13 July 1894.
His father was Vicar of Thame from 1872 to 1893.
In 1610 he became rector of Lexden, on 24 March 1617 vicar of Great Tey, which he resigned before 27 January 1638, and in 1623 vicar of Steeple, all in Essex.
In 1663 he was appointed vicar in his home town Ljungby where he was very comfortable.
In 1805, the Gottlund family settled in Juva, in the Finnish province of Savonia, where Gottlund's father had landed to a financially lucrative job as a vicar.
In 1819 he was appointed Vicar Apostolic of Upper Canada, which in 1826 was erected into a bishopric.
In 1858, he became vicar of Holyhead, remaining vicar until his death on 16 February 1895.
In 1908 he became Archdeacon of Cumberland and in 1917 vicar general of the Sydney diocese.
In 1992, he became vicar general of the Archdiocese of Halifax.
In April, 1529, the new order held its first chapter at Albacina, where Matteo was elected vicar-general by acclamation.
In August 1794 he married vicar's daughter Eilertine Severine Bendeke (1777–1857).
In the following year he was appointed vicar-general to Carlo Borromeo, archbishop of Milan.
Its current Chancellor is Father Eric Dunn and its Vicar General is Father John Lacey.
John Joseph Hirth was consecrated Vicar Apostolic of Nyanza on 25 May 1890.
Luke's Church Borella. He was Vicar of St.
Luke's Church in 1954 and was appointed Vicar of St.
On 10 August 1966, he became vicar and provost at the Cathedral Church of St.
On 12 December 1912 Sweens succeeded Hirth as Vicar Apostolic of South Nyanza.
On 18 October 1347, he is recorded assigning tithes from the church of Buittle between its vicar and Sweetheart.
On 7 October 1884, he was appointed vicar apostolic of the Idaho Territory, after an eight year interregnum following the resignation of fellow Belgian Louis Aloysius Lootens as vicar apostolic.
On returning he was ordained priest and later vicar.
Originally part of the Wadsley parish, Oughtibridge is now a separate parish although the vicar of Wadsley still appoints the vicar at Oughtibridge.
Probably his most famous role is that of Hugo in "The Vicar of Dibley"; he appeared in all 24 episodes, broadcast between 1994 and 2007.
Returning to England he was a Curate at Wolborough then Vicar of Withycombe Raleigh.
Returning to England he was the vicar of Goole until 1928 and Archdeacon of Hereford until 1941.
Saint Francis Serrano, O.P., Vicar Apostolic and Bishop-elect 2.
Sannidal did not have its own vicar neither did it have its own parish clerk.
Shottesbrooke is also the name of an Australian winery, named after the church where the owner's grandfather was vicar.
The first Vicar General of Tuticorin diocese Msgr.
The longest reigning vicar, Torkell A. Tande, was also a member of parliament for many years.
The vicar Anders Daae built this house by his private means.
Zouch was vicar of his native parish of Sandal Magna from 1754 to 1789.
More Vocab Words::: exposure - risk, particularly of being exposed to disease or to the elements; unmasking; act of laying something open; Ex. exposure of governmental corruption
::: encroachment - gradual intrusion; Ex. I resent all these encroachments on my valuable time; V. encroach: take another's possessions or right gradually or stealthily; intrude; Ex. encroach on/upon
::: macabre - gruesome; grisly; ghastly; CF. of death
::: canvass - determine or seek opinions, votes, etc.; go through (a region) to solicit votes or orders; conduct a survey; N.
::: apparent - evident; easily seen or understood; appearing as such; Ex. apparent improvement
::: resentment - indignation; bitterness; displeasure; V. resent: feel anger about
::: whittle - pare; cut away thin bits (from wood); fashion in this way; reduce gradually; trim
::: despise - look on with scorn; regard as worthless or distasteful; ADJ. despicable: contemptible
::: gnarl - protruding knot on a tree; V.
::: bland - soothing or mild (food); agreeable; causing no trouble or offence