interparish

interparish

(ˌɪntəˈpærɪʃ)
adj
involving, or occurring between, two or more parishes
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The deanery was to be the expression of the unity of the Romanian ecclesiastical communities and had to facilitate the interparish relations, on the one side, and their relations with the Mother-Church, on the other.
Lutheran Interparish School in Williamsburg, Iowa, has even opted to allocate some of the funds to help with tuition assistance.
Examples of ministerial parental participation might include work with the social action committee of the parish, civic and community activities, political and grassroots efforts on behalf of the poor, interparish and diocesan events, and community service projects.
Therefore, catholicity calls for diocesan and interparish structures to weave parishes into local and global ecclesial networks.
The Catholic high school in our area is an interparish school, staffed by the Christian Brothers and the School Sisters of Notre Dame.
Torres runs youth programs such as an interparish soccer league that has 23 teams and 200 participants.
is an acronym for Lutheran Interparish Family Education Association.
He suggested the idea of an interparish vow of nonsilence.
Right now things are financially tight, though just about on an even keel--the half-billion-dollar budget ran a recent $3 million deficit; 108 parishes received funds from the interparish finance commission.