There are supportive African (and African-American) clergy calling for coexistence rather than violence.
Friday speech by different government organizations and some members of the clergy.
That was a given among the bishops and clergy, who supported the change overwhelmingly.
The early Christian church, for instance, saw boredom among its clergy as a crisis of faith.
He has the right to visit with clergy, but had not requested any.
No President, probably, was ever so much annoyed by the clergy as Lincoln.
There is no reference to any religious blessing or other function of the clergy.
But our clergy have prayers to be feared by the upholders of wrong.
Yet he must have money for his clergy, for his seminary, and so forth.
The great quarrel between the parliament and the clergy was then at its height.
c.1200, clergie "office or dignity of a clergyman," from two Old French words: 1. clergié "clerics, learned men," from Medieval Latin clericatus, from Late Latin clericus (see clerk); 2. clergie "learning, knowledge, erudition," from clerc, also from Late Latin clericus. Meaning "persons ordained for religious work" is from c.1300.