OTHER WORDS FROM archdiocesearch·di·oc·e·san [ahrch-dahy-os-uh-suhn], /ˈɑrtʃ daɪˈɒs ə sən/, adjective
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The lawsuit said the archdiocese would agree to a 50 percent capacity cap, but not a maximum number of attendees.Facing lawsuit over restrictions on Christmas services, D.C. mayor eases coronavirus rules|Julie Zauzmer, Michelle Boorstein|December 17, 2020|Washington Post
According to Haselberger, the archdiocese ignored not only blatant secular crimes, but obvious canonical crimes as well.
The Chicago Archdiocese has paid more than $130 million in abuse-victim settlements.
Maday was accused of abusing between 35 and 45 children in Wisconsin, which is under the Chicago Archdiocese.
The Chicago Archdiocese also says that the practice of covering up for the sins of the priests is over.
Having a woman in the room would have been good for the archdiocese and could have changed history.
Santo Domingo, seat of the Audiencia and of the archdiocese, had seven hundred families.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
The subject of a sinecure office in the Archdiocese of Canterbury has attracted some attention.
The cathedral cabildo take charge ad interim of the archdiocese.
His death has cast a gloom over the archdiocese, which in his demise has sustained a great, almost an irreparable, loss.
His brother, Canon O'Gorman, was one of the dignitaries of the archdiocese, and director of the boys' reformatory.The Glories of Ireland|Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox