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What are parish priests?

. Catholic Answer Officially, there is no real term "parish Priest" but it is usually used to designate a priest that works in a parish as opposed to a priest in a monastery (MORE)

What is a parish?

Parish Parish has several different meanings. Most often it means an ecclesiastical district having its own church and member of the clergy. It can also mean a local church wi (MORE)

How did the Parishes get their names?

Some were named for people in the area such as Acadia Parish after  the Acadians or Allen Parish named after Henry Watkins Allen who  was the Confederate governor of Louisia (MORE)

What is a Catholic Parish?

A Catholic Parish is a designation of a geographical locale, established by the local Catholic diocese. It is the area that is identified as a single congregation of Catholic (MORE)

Is Chicago a Parish?

A parish is the name for a Catholic church, it's surrounding area,  and the parishioners who worship there. Chicago in and of  itself is not a parish, however, it contains m (MORE)
In England

What is a Parish in England?

An administrative part of a diocese that has its own church in the Anglican, Roman Catholic, and some other churches. . The members of such a parish; a religious community at (MORE)

In Islam what is a parish?

Parish is a term that belongs specifically to Catholicism. There is no term in Islam for a the local community that goes to a single mosque.
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In Europe

Does Europe have parishes?

The word parish can mean different things. In terms of an area associated with a church, then Europe has parishes. In terms of districts, like in Louisiana, then they would be (MORE)