Noun(1) a person authorized to conduct religious worship
(1) Keeping on the religious track, I must admit I found this link on an Anglican curate 's blog.(2) The local curate expressed understanding at their sense of loss.(3) A former baseball player has been appointed an assistant curate .(4) Two years later he went to England and became a curate .(5) Since 1994 he has served as curate in our parish living in Kiltegan village.(6) We take this opportunity to welcome our new curate .(7) A campaign has begun in earnest to persuade The Vatican to declare a former curate of Clonmore Parish Holy.(8) nearly every major news organization is using Twitter├ö├ç├ûs new lists feature to curate tweets about the earthquake(9) He has now been appointed a diocesan curate in Allen, County Kildare.(10) A very warm welcome is extended to the new curate for Rathdowney parish.(11) An overawed young curate is having tea with his vicar.(12) Two years later a meretricious curate pulled them down from the shelf and bought them.(13) Two years ago, he was appointed parish curate completing a total of nine years in Tullow.(14) In a hard-hitting sermon, the young curate hit out at a lack of parental responsibility in regard to children.(15) After his studies he returned to Galway Diocese and was appointed a curate in Salthill.(16) Her curation resulted in several outstanding exhibitions of visual art from the accession countries.
1. parson ::
2. pastor ::
3. minister ::
4. rector ::
Different Formscurate, curated, curates, curating
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