He said the congregation had recommended the priest be laicized
, while a diocesan inquiry had suggested leaving him as a priest but removing him from ministry.
The case was linked to the abuse charges against laicized
archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, former nuncio to the Dominican Republic, according to Warsaw court spokesman Przemyslaw Nowak.
Most of those accused in 2012 were dead, missing, or had already been laicized
or punished in some other form, , and three-quarters of the abuse charges in 2012 date from before 1985.
Pope Francis has been a longtime friend of the aging widow of a laicized
Roman Catholic bishop.
There was no question that the bishop would seek to have Dongor laicized
," explained one chancery official.
But once totally in power, the French anti-Catholic let expelled religious orders, seized church property, imposed a thoroughly laicized
public educational system, and purged churchgoers from the officer corps.
Roy Bourgeois, had been laicized
, meaning he can no longer exercise the functions of a priest.
What about the great number of priests already ordained who were forcibly laicized
when they married?
A great deal was destroyed in the tragic fire of 1449 in the cathedral library and in the city hall in 1631, and in 1524 when the monasteries were laicized
and the city became a Protestant stronghold.
For instance, using only the later reminiscence of one laicized
Neil Horan, 57, will no longer be able to call himself Father after he was laicized
from the priesthood by the Church.
On that occasion I wrote up a laicized
version of the wedding ritual in the sixteenth-century Book of Common Prayer, shorn, naturally, of the bit about her obeying him.