Reverend Mother


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Reverend Mother

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a title of respect or form of address for the Mother Superior of a convent
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If you try to remove Evelyn," the Reverend Mother was saying, "the police will arrest you.
After convincing Reverend Mother that "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas," the Sisters are off on another hilarious adventure.
Sister Constance Joanna Gefvert is reverend mother of the Sisterhood of St.
Long a thorn in the side of the church authorities, Father Buckley "ordained" her as the Very Reverend Mother Frances, at St Andrew's Church in the Irish borderside town of Omeath, Co Louth.
Constance Joanna Gefvert, the order's leader or reverend mother.
You could be like that, Barry," Reverend Mother was fond of rasping.
Sounds like the trailer for the world's worst action movie, but actually it's a spooky new drama, based on the best-selling novels, starring Anna Maxwell Martin as the Reverend Mother Devilmagnet, real name Merrily Watkins.
Now aged 76, the Reverend Mother is Prioress of the Abbey.
John the Divine (SSJD) will have a new reverend mother.
The first such signifier occurs at the very outset of the novel, in its opening paragraph, in which the Reverend Mother hopes 'no one would faint' in the unseasonably warm October chapel (3).
s often uproarious take on Reverend Mother Mary Regina, the sisters hold an audience participation talent show to reach their goal.
John Klippel, a letter from Andre Watts, a video presentation by Emanuel Ax, a reading by a Benedictine nun from The Abbey of Regina Laudis and 2012 Academy Award documentary nominee Reverend Mother Dolores Hart, as well as a letter of honor from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.