Catholic Clergy

Some articles on clergy, catholic clergy, catholic:

Clerical Clothing - Anglicanism
... Initially with the detachable collar, Anglican clergy wore a white cravat, later a white bow tie, with a waistcoat with a standing collar and a loose clerical frock coat resembling a knee length cassock ... the collar has become a daily part of clerical costume for most Anglican clergy ... However, some Anglican clergy join with ministers of reformed churches in eschewing distinctive clerical costume entirely. ...
Association Of Catholic Clergy Pacem In Terris
... Association of Catholic Clergy Pacem in Terris (Czech Sdružení katolických duchovních Pacem in terris, Slovak Združenie katolíckych duchovných Pacem in terris ... But in fact its raison d'etre was rather to control and spy the clergy and influence the life of the whole church ... the 1970s, its role in the Czech and Slovak Catholic church was not endangered by the official leadership of the church, who did not approve of the Association but could ...
Far Right In Croatia - Catholic Clergy
... Simon Wiesenthal Center director Efraim Zuroff complained to the Croatian president Stjepan Mesić about the funeral of Dinko Šakić, one of the leaders of the army of the Independent State of Croatia, who died on July 2008 ... At that funeral, Croatian Dominican priest pater Vjekoslav Lasić held a speech in which he said that "the court that indicted Dinko Šakić indicted Croatia and Croatians", and that "every Croat should be proud of Šakić's name" ...
Conquistador - Characteristics and Behaviour
... Such groups consisted of young men without military experience, Catholic clergy, and soldiers or mercenaries with military training ... Frequently, Catholic clergy played administrative positions of political responsibility ... To enter the Catholic clergy was a way out of poverty and also was a way to obtain prestige and power among the nobility ...

Famous quotes containing the words clergy and/or catholic:

    I never saw, heard, nor read, that the clergy were beloved in any nation where Christianity was the religion of the country. Nothing can render them popular, but some degree of persecution.
    Jonathan Swift (1667–1745)

    One cannot really be a Catholic and grown up.
    George Orwell (1903–1950)