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To the clergy and laity of our diocese

To the clergy and laity of our diocese

[pastoral letter on marriage]

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Published by s.n. in [Cincinnati? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Pastoral letters and charges.,
  • Marriage -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Baptist, Archbishop of Cincinnati.
    SeriesPamphlets in American history -- CA 19.
    ContributionsPurcell, John Baptist, 1800-1883.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18054255M

    To the Clergy and Laity of the Diocese of New York. DEARLY BELOVED IN THE LORD, WHEN I gave to the Convention my acceptance of the nomination to the high and responsible office which I now fill, in alluding to the extent of our Diocese, I expressed my conviction that, while much was to be done, we were able, by the blessing of God, to accomplish much. College chaplaincies were founded at Florida State University in and at the University of Florida in The hard work and servant ministry of the clergy and laity supported the diocese through the depression and World War II, amazingly keeping every church door open to serve all communities in extraordinarily difficult times.

    Address by Bishop Duleep de Chickera to the Clergy and Laity at the Diocesan Council. Posted on: Octo PM Our Diocese was privileged to welcome His Grace the Metropolitan of the Church of Ceylon and the Archbishop of Canterbury on a very brief visit in May this year. No one so far has been brought to book for hundreds of. Clergy-Laity Email Mailing Lists Contact News. The Orthodox Observer places the Church in the context of the current world we live in through a diverse and informative experience — offering participants meaningful exchange with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, her ministries, and affiliates. The experience provides the faithful.

    The Orthodox Church consists of both clergy and laity. The ranks of the clergy are: bishop, priest and deacon. The clergy may be married or celibate, except in the case of the bishop who according to a long standing practice has been celibate. The deacons and priests must be married before ordination, and, once married cannot remarry. ‘People - laity and clergy - want to have a voice in who leads their diocese and how that leader functions.’ ‘Clergy and laity in the western U.S. had sought clarity on the issue.’ ‘Each will create a blurring of the boundaries between clergy and laity.’ ‘In times of crisis, leaders are needed who can inspire both clergy and laity.’.


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