That was a very seasonable pamphlet of his on the Catholic Question:--a deanery
As he rode through the streets of Dublin to take possession of his Deanery
, the people threw stones and mud at him and hooted him as he passed.
He stated this at the cathedraticum mass of the North deanery
of the diocese, held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Ilupeju, Ibadan.
The proposed reorganization also calls for the creation of a "change team" to guide the deanery
through the transition process
THESE youngsters were among more than 300 walkers from churches in the Huddersfield Roman Catholic Deanery
hoping to raise thousands of pounds for a mission in Peru with a walk through the Colne Valley.
The team at Cardiff University, led by Dr Riley and his colleague Dr Tom Yapp, has worked closely with Swansea University School of Medicine and the Wales Deanery
to develop an engaging timetable of clinical placements.
THE Right Reverend Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, took time out from his prayer walk through Stockton Deanery
on Friday, May 13, to bless the new Love Stockton centre.
It was suggested that the Dean had already moved out of the deanery
(by implication because of anti social behaviour), whereas in fact the Dean Designate, the Revd.
The Right Reverend Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham, set out on the second of his Prayer Walks around the Diocese of Durham by embarking on a route through Durham Deanery
The project covers part of the Easington Deanery
, an area made famous by the hit movie Billy Elliot, which was filmed in East Durham.
The woman, in her 40s, was arrested on Friday by detectives probing abuse at the Old Deanery
Care Home in Braintree, Essex.
An Easter egg hunt will begin at 11am in the Deanery
garden of St Christopher's Cathedral compound, followed by family communion at 11.