“I believe we are in the hour of the debacle of the institutions, they cannot be any more rotten,” said padre Goyo.
padre Goyo, with his clerical collar and his bulletproof vest, is an icon for those fighting drugs and corruption.
padre Goyo has reorganized his CCRISTOS as more of a community service group, he says.
padre Goyo got back to Mexico in May from a three-month hiatus that he called a self-imposed exile in Europe.
But there is no subject that brings the pope and padre Sean together more closely than immigration.
“It would be immoral,” observed padre Irene, more indignant even than his Excellency.
It must have been past noon when the padre came to us again.
First he bolted with the padre half-way from Mazingarbe to Labourse, when he finally pulled him up and dismounted.
It was not until the rain-clouds had all passed by that the padre chose to embark.
All this padre Vicente heard, all this and much of it was comprehended by him.
"priest, chaplain," 1580s, from Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese padre, from Latin patrem (nominative pater) "father" (see father (n.)). The title of the regular clergy in those languages. Papar was the name the Norse gave to Irish monks whom they found in Iceland when they arrived.
Any military chaplain
[1898+; fr Spanish or Portuguese, ''father, priest'']