Examples of parish in a Sentence
The parish will be getting a new priest soon.
The parish has grown significantly in the last three years.
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Rupp filled a recent opening, succeeding the Rev. Michael Erpelding, a Catholic priest, in October after Erpelding was reassigned to parishes outside Sioux City.
The concert marks the beginning of the parish's 40-year anniversary celebration.
Two centuries ago, almost every roof in the parish was sheathed in wood shingles or shakes.
The building, built in 1929, is owned by the Archdiocese of Louisville and for years its landlord was the Saint Frances of Rome parish.
In the afternoon and evening, the gifts will be presented to the families from neighboring parish schools in Aurora.
The second alleged incident took place a few months later at the parish hall gymnasium at St. Patrick’s church in Kansas City, Kan.
But he was being held without bond as a fugitive from another parish.
The family said they are crushed by the school’s decision, and have decided to remove Cady and her sister from the parish and place them in another school.
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