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.
Recent Examples of parish from the Web
Even before the surrounding Born neighborhood became trendy, the locals preferred Santa María del Mar (Plaça de Santa María del Mar, 93-310-2390), a 14th-century parish church, to the big and brooding Cathedral.
MuckRock, a nonprofit journalism organization that focuses on public records requests, obtained the contracts between prison phone companies and some parish jails in Louisiana.
My uncle, a parish priest, and my aunt were members of the Knights of Malta.
The bell will be used again 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30 in a joint service of the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection and the three Roman Catholic parishes in the area - Guardian Angels, Immaculate Heart of Mary, and St. John Fisher.
In 2010, the parish began to fundraiser for a bigger facility and, in 2013, the Parish Life Center was completed, as well as a new wing on the school.
To make ends meet as other retailers eat into market share, Kohrman said he's taken on a second job — as property manager for a Catholic parish in Fort Wayne.
Trinity plans to add the donations to special collections that will be taken Sunday in Louisville parishes.
The new parish was bound by the Patuxent River, Powder Mill Road, Muirkirk Road and Route 198.
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