Related formsarch·di·oc·e·san [ahrch-dahy-os-uh-suh n] /ˈɑrtʃ daɪˈɒs ə sən/, adjective
Examples from the Web for archdiocese
According to Haselberger, the archdiocese ignored not only blatant secular crimes, but obvious canonical crimes as well.
Maday was accused of abusing between 35 and 45 children in Wisconsin, which is under the Chicago Archdiocese.
Having a woman in the room would have been good for the archdiocese and could have changed history.
In the archdiocese of Buenos Aires, he did all of that and much more.
A dozen priests took the offer, according to documents released when the Archdiocese of Milwaukee filed for bankruptcy.
The cathedral cabildo take charge ad interim of the archdiocese.
After the successful completion of his studies, he was ordained priest of the archdiocese of Strigonium in 1836.
Thurles is the seat of Episcopal residence of the Archdiocese of Cashel.The Sunny Side of Ireland|John O'Mahony and R. Lloyd Praeger
The subject of a sinecure office in the Archdiocese of Canterbury has attracted some attention.
He was also given sundry prebendal and other appointments in connection with the chapter of the archdiocese of York.The Glories of Ireland|Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox