Some articles on priests, priest:
... The priests are called Bhattas and the Chief Priest is known as Mool Bhatt or Raval ... In January 2009, after the forced resignation by the chief priest of Pashupatinath temple, the Maoist-led government of Nepal "hand picked" Nepalese priests to lead the temple, thus bypassing the temple ... they were not against the appointment of Nepalese priests but against the appointment without proper procedure ...
... Anthraxus' priests, called degogs, dress in bright red robes with black hoods and sashes ... Higher ranking priests wear black robes and hoods with red and gold sashes ... The chief of the high priests is called the archdegog ...
... The following people have been priests of Leksvik Church 1621-1648 Oluf Eriksen 1648-1957 Isak Johansen 1657-1671 Iver Olufsen 1672-1697 Søren Kristoffersen Røg 1697-1704 Peder Simonsen ...
... an earthquake in Lisbon, Portugal Catholic priests roamed city streets, hanging those they thought responsible for the quake ... Priests of the inquisition roamed the city, rounding up "heretics" and hanging them on the spot for angering God priests roved around the ruins, selecting at random those they believed guilty of ... The priests had them hanged on the spot ...
... of crashers was a progressive group of priests, nuns, and laity from Northern California, most of whom were White American ... the first day of deliberations drafting a constitution that defined a priest's organization ... were welcome to do so, and to use the facilities, but that the organization of Chicano priests was meeting in the next room ...
Famous quotes containing the word priests:
“Along the avenue of cypresses,
All in their scarlet cloaks and surplices
Of linen, go the chanting choristers,
The priests in gold and black, the villagers. . . .”
—D.H. (David Herbert)
“And I saw it was filled with graves,
And tomb-stones where flowers should be;
And Priests in black gowns were walking their rounds,
And binding with briars my joys and desires.”
—William Blake (17571827)
“Preach in the name of God. The learned will smile; ask the learned what they have done for their country. The priests will excommunicate you; say to the priests that you know God better than all of them together do, and that between God and His law you have no need of any intermediary. The people will understand you, and repeat with you: We believe in God the Father, who is Intelligence and Love, Creator and Teacher of Humanity. And in this saying you and the People will conquer.”
—Giuseppe Mazzini (18051872)