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parish priest is no longer working faithfully among his flock, is bound to select as counsellors two of the synodal or pro-synodal examiners, in order of their nomination, and explain the situation to them.
parish be held by members of a religious order, the bishop is not thereby constrained to entrust the newly-formed district to regulars..
parishes, may be removed either by their superior or by the bishop, without either being constrained to give the reason for his action to the other.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/11499b.htm   (4386 words)

  Parish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Appointment as a parish priest entails the enjoyment of a benefice.
Parishes of this type are found in England, Ireland, the Channel Islands, the U.S. state of Louisiana (where it is equivalent to a county), Estonia and a number of island nations in the region of the Caribbean.
In Quebec, a parish is a large rural municipality consisting mainly of farmlands, as opposed to a village.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Parish   (836 words)

 List of parishes in Louisiana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The U.S. state of Louisiana is divided into 64 parishes in the same way that 48 of the other states of the United States are divided into counties (Alaska is divided into boroughs and census areas).
Their boundaries were somewhat indefinite, but they generally coincided with the old church parishes, and kept the same names.
Pascagoula Parish formed in 1811 from West Florida territory.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_parishes_of_Louisiana   (982 words)

 Parish History
Parishes with a resident priest were listed as Churches and those without a priest were listed as Chapels to the parish where the priest resided.
As Farnborough was the poorer of the two parishes, the Rectors spent most of their time in Chelsfield, some having left not even a signature in the Parish Registers, the parish work being left to the Curate they had appointed.
In 1938, the part of the Parish to the south of Shire Lane was detached to form, along with part of the Parishes of Chelsfield and Knockholt, the new Parish of Green Street Green.
www.farnborough-kent-parish.org.uk /parish_history.htm   (1616 words)

 Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Peggy Parish died at the age of sixty-one in 1988.
Herman Parish says that it is not an exaggeration to say that the literal-minded housekeeper has been part of his immediate family for most of his life.
Everyone feels that Peggy Parish would be proud of her nephew for carrying on the tradition that she began.
comsewogue.k12.ny.us /~csinger/projects/amelia/fun/biopp.htm   (367 words)

 Acadia Parish, Louisiana Experiences @ LocalColors.com (Local Colors)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The parish seat is Crowley and as of 2000, the population is 58,861.
In the parish the population was spread out with 29.80% under the age of 18, 9.60% from 18 to 24, 27.40% from 25 to 44, 20.90% from 45 to 64, and 12.30% who were 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the parish was $26,684, and the median income for a family was $31,812.
www.localcolors.com /encyclopedia/Acadia_Parish,_Louisiana   (425 words)

 Plaquemines Parish Government
The parish is a region of ecological wonder with its many waterways, fishing and hunting grounds.
Plaquemines Parish is the Operational center for the offshore oil and gas industry.
One of the most valuable resources of Plaquemines Parish is Fort Jackson, built in 1822 under the recommendation of General Andrew Jackson, hero of the Battle of New Orleans.
www.plaqueminesparish.com   (434 words)

 Parish Incorporation Q&A
Those who are registered in the parish and who have attained the age of 18 years, and who are in full communion with the Roman Catholic Church may vote in the election of lay members of the Board of Directors.
In the parish corporations, once a quorum is present, decisions are made by majority vote, except for amendments of the Bylaws which requires a unanimous vote and approval by the Bishop.
Parish with schools have more risk of suit than parishes without schools because of the duty imposed on schools by common law, state law and federal law.
www.diocesetucson.org /parishincorpqna.html   (9274 words)

 Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church - Chicago, Illinois
Spiritual direction or companioning is the art whereby one shares one's spiritual story with an experienced spiritual guide in order to own the truth of one's life and grow toward a greater authenticity and to reflect on one's experience of God in life and prayer.
Classes are held on Sunday mornings and are taught by a corp of volunteers drawn from the parish.
Individuals and groups from the parish have the opportunity to come for prayer, reflection, study of the scriptures, spiritual direction, retreats, and prayer groups of various kinds.
www.mt-carmel.org /parish.htm   (1196 words)

 Amazon.com: Rosie: Rosie O'Donnell's Biography: Books: James Robert Parish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Parish digs deep to provide background on Rosie's tragic early years when, as a young child, she lost her mother to the triumphant adoption of her son in 1995.
Parish has combed the Net, the Reader's Guide, and a fair amount of videotape to present the chronological events of the life of TV's new talk-show queen, accompanied by lots of psychological conjecture and analysis, including a chapter that discusses whether or not Rosie is a lesbian.
Parish has done a fairly complete look at her past, although it is lacking on some of the more recent work like her show, and her online activites.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0786704101?v=glance   (1141 words)

 constable, parish - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about constable, parish
In England, an officer formerly appointed to keep the peace in manors, villages, and tithings when the increase of population made the duty too onerous for high constables alone.
Parish constables were practically abolished by the county Police Acts of 1839 and 1840, which established the county constabulary, and provided that parish constables should only be appointed by the magistrates of general quarter sessions when it was considered necessary.
This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /constable,+parish   (130 words)

 Organizations - The Life of the Parish
Any parish action that is substantive and affects the mission and direction of the parish is brought before the Council for its consideration.
The Council advances the mission of the Church within the parish by being an enabling body fostering the spiritual and corporal works of mercy by the various parish organizations, adding legitimacy to the actions of these organizations, and aiding in the implementation of the parish goals.
The parish is an ideal place for Catholics to gather for effective action, to promote change, and to motivate others in the belief that all life is sacred.
www.seton-parish.org /organizations/organizations_committees.htm   (2515 words)

 NBA.com: Robert Parish Summary
Robert Parish If ever there were a player who possessed the ideal physique for the game of basketball, it was Kevin McHale.
A 7-1 center who combined strength, agility and remarkable endurance, Parish won three NBA titles with the Boston Celtics in the 1980s and teamed with Larry Bird and Kevin McHale to form one of the greatest front lines in NBA history.
Parish announced his retirement after his 21st season in the NBA, and after playing in 1,611 games.
www.nba.com /history/players/parish_summary.html   (236 words)

 OCA - Parish Listings
Christ the Savior Orthorodox Church, a parish of the autocephalous Orthodox Church in America/Diocese of Eastern Pennsylvania, is the first in the capital region of Harrisburg conceived as a specifically pan-Orthodox, multi-ethnic, and English-serving community.
Fr Neal J Carrigan was attached to the parish in 2002 as assistant priest.
The consecration of the new church was held in conjunction with the parish's 25th anniversary on September 24-25, 1988.
www.oca.org /DIRlisting.asp?SID=9&KEY=OCA-EP-HFDCSC   (1693 words)

 History of Calcasieu Parish
Calcasieu Parish was created March 24, 1840, from the Parish of Saint Landry, one of the original nineteen civil parishes established by the Legislature in 1807.
The early history of the parish dates back to the time of the Spanish occupation of Louisiana when Jose M. Mora (1797) was granted a large tract of land between the Rio Hondo and the Sabine River, known for years as the "Neutral Strip".
This parish seat was incorporated as a town in 1857 as Charleston and was reincorporated in 1868 as Lake Charles.
www.cppj.net /history.asp   (1773 words)

 Health Ministers (including Parish Nurses)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
A parish nurse is a registered nurse with additional preparation in holistic ministry who assists members of the congregation to become more aware of their health and to move toward a fuller sense of wholeness.
Parish nurses are not expected to provide patient care in the church or at a patient's home.
Parish nurses are ministers of health and members of the church staff.
gbgm-umc.org /health/congmin/healthmin.stm   (293 words)

 Welcome to Caddo Parish - Parish Commission
The Caddo Parish Commission (the "Commission") is the governing authority for the Parish of Caddo and is a political subdivision of the State of Louisiana.
Under the Home Rule Charter form of government, an elected commission serves as the legislative branch and the Parish Administrator is the chief executive officer and head of the executive branch of the parish government.
Although the Caddo Parish Commission holds a membership in the Louisiana Police Jury Association, Caddo Parish is among a few parishes that operates under the "commission-administrator" form of government.
www.caddo.org /parish_comm.cfm   (310 words)

 Parish Nurse & Congregational Health
The Parish Nurse is the visible symbol of the congregation's pursuit of this goal.
By request or referral, the Parish Nurse is available to all age levels of the congregation.
The Parish Nurse becomes part of the ministry team, which also includes the pastor and members of the congregation.
www.cuw.edu /parish_nurse   (125 words)

 Baughurst Parish Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Parish of Baughurst is situated on the farthest northern boundary of Hampshire, and although large, is a mixture of both rural and urban character encompassing both fields and forests and housing estates.
Parish Council meetings occur once a month on Wednesday except in August and December.
Included in Baughurst Parish are the tithings of Inhurst and Ham first mentioned in 1298.
baughurst.parish.hants.gov.uk /structre.html   (409 words)

 Parish National Bank
At Parish National Bank, we understand we serve the financial needs of our community and our service to you is essential in the days following an emergency.
Parish National Bank wants to thank you for caring about our community and our country.
At Parish National, we are always concerned with your account security.
www.parishnational.com   (705 words)

 Madison Parish Information
While Madison Parish offers all of the business amenities and services which appeal to commercial establishments, it also affords its residents a high quality of life with good schools, low crime rates and abundant recreational opportunities.
While the parish is home for many commuters, Madison Parish provides an excellent location for lighter industries that convert the raw materials produced in those areas, such as seafood processing and petrochemical products.
The parish seat at Richmond is torched by Union troops, but the public records have been removed and concealed from Grant's army.
www.enlou.com /parishes/madison-parish.htm   (680 words)

 All Saints Parish
All Saints Parish was formed by the merger of the following four ethnic Parishes in the Mt.
In February of 1961, St. George's Parish was reestablished as a separate parish.
Joseph's Parish, established December 25, 1871, to serve the French population.
www.sjshav.com /newpage2.htm   (307 words)

 St. Mary Queen of Aviators Parish Pensacola, FL 32503
A Parish of The Roman Catholic Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee
The changing of Mass times was of benefit to the Parish and we can all look forward to the Mission scheduled this Lenten Season.
Our Communications volunteer maintains the Parish Website and Calendar; assisted with the production of the printed Parish Directory; assisted the CSA Committee with preparations for the 2005 and 2006 CSA Campaign; provided various Parish groups with custom mailing labels and has current plans to update the Welcome Booklet.
parishesonline.com /scripts/HostedSites/Org.asp?ID=14396   (880 words)

 Welcome to Caddo Parish - Homepage
It is our hope that through reading on, you will come to know Caddo Parish as a vibrant, innovative, growth oriented region building a dynamic future upon the foundation of its past.
Located in the Northwest corner of Louisiana, Caddo Parish has a unique history reflecting its beginnings as “the gateway to the West”.
The Caddo Parish Commission is dedicated to protecting your privacy on-line.
www.caddo.org   (112 words)

 Jefferson Parish : Welcome
Parish President Aaron Broussard invites all residents to review draft chapters of the revised 'Post Katrina Plan' as outlined below.
I strongly encourage you as citizens of Jefferson Parish to contact key federal legislators from other states urging them to be diligent and persistent in their efforts to secure the necessary funding to bring our levees and flood protection system up to Category 5 level.
Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard along with Jefferson Parish Council Chairman John Young and representatives from the Sheriff's Office, School System and Public Hospitals presented their priority list to the Louisiana Recovery Authority on Thursday, March 16th.
www.jeffparish.net /index.cfm   (234 words)

 Home - The Parish Room
The Parish room is one of the key stops for any visitor to Austin.
Most recently, The Parish was the infamous SXSW venue that hosted the a la carte jam including Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine), Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction), Pete Townshend (Who), Les Claypool (Primus) and Slash (Guns n Roses).
The Parish room is also a key spot for all your special event needs.
www.theparishroom.com   (350 words)

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