Mine honest friend,'' said he, ``if the jangling of thy bells bad not dizzied thine understanding, thou mightst know Clericus clericum non decimat; that is to say, we churchmen
do not exhaust each other's hospitality, but rather require that of the laity, giving them thus an opportunity to serve God in honouring and relieving his appointed servants.
Everhard said the other night, the function you churchmen
perform is to maintain the established order of society, and society is established on that foundation.
were angry, and called his followers Lollards or idle babblers.
In a statement, CBCP-National Secretariat for Social Acton, Justice, and Peace (NASSA) Bishop Rolando Tirona said the government should protect churchmen
against people, who seek them harm, including government security personnel.
point out the parties' responsibility towards the people of Northern Ireland, stating their prayer is that politicians "take the action necessary to end the uncertainty weighing heavily on our society".
In his Easter message that alluded to rabid online supporters of President Rodrigo Duterte, Villegas slammed social media trolls who propagate fake news, and lamented that churchmen
have become 'punching bag of public officials to the glee of own parishioners.
The newly promoted churchmen
come from countries including Tonga, Cape Verde and Burma.
The house was purchased for PS208,750 in the same month by Archbishop Leo Cushley and two other leading churchmen
in their capacity as trustees of the archdiocese.
A veteran priest yesterday accused the Catholic Church of a conspiracy of silence and of concealing the crimes of churchmen
Survival's Director, Stephen Corry said, "It is shameful that the US has renewed its ties with Kopassus when they continue to target churchmen
and civilians merely for speaking out about the suffering of their people.
He elucidates the theological issues clearly and fairly; but he also roots them in the rivalry between historic patriarchates, in which emperors, empresses, and churchmen
all played their parts.
After all, Reformed Protestantism was supposed to have been discredited by the Civil Wars and Interregnum, by the Puritan Revolution, and while the Reformed faith might survive among some of the Dissenting churchmen
, the Reformed divinity and its adherents were supposed to have been purged from the restored episcopalian church by the Act of Uniformity in 1662.