Examples of priest in a Sentence
He was ordained as a Roman Catholic priest.
searched for a priest who could perform an exorcism
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Twenty years ago Sunday, a teacher at St. Michael's School in the small farming town of Dane arrived for work to find the priest on the floor in a pool of blood.
The ruling prompted tears from Ahr’s wife of more than three decades, who was seated in the front-row gallery along with a small group of friends including the family’s priest.
Born in Madrid de las Caderechas, Spain on February 20, 1940, he was ordained a priest in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington on February 17, 1968.
Buechlein founded a seminary, now adjacent to Marian University, which didn't solve the issue but began putting more priests in the pipeline.
Maselli said part of the Renew My Church effort stems from a shortage of available priests.
Greta Gerwig imagines a spinoff about the emotional priest Father Leviatch (Stephen Henderson) who serves as Lady Bird's (Saoirse Ronan) acting coach, encouraging his students to cry out their emotions.
So how did the ancient priests survive their brush with the gate?
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: a person who has the authority to lead or perform ceremonies in some religions and especially in some Christian religions
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