- an ecclesiastical district having its own church and member of the clergy.
- a local church with its field of activity.
- a county.
- the people of an ecclesiastical or civil parish.
- Curling. house.
congregation of a church
- The United States goes to the polls in more than 3,000 counties, parishes, and boroughs.
- While modern evangelical churches have broadcast systems that would put most local PBS stations to shame, our 250-year-old country parish only recently had air-conditioning installed.
- Evacuation orders have been issued for many parishes in Louisiana, including Calcasieu Parish where Lake Charles is located.
- LeBlanc’s son moved his family to a farm farther away from chemical plants in the parish because of his concern about air pollution, and his mother is moving there soon.
- Then, after Hurricane Katrina slammed into Louisiana in 2005, the parish began to adopt a new identity.
- Church bells pealed from St. Catherine of Siena parish one block away.
- According to Wahlberg, his time in prison, as well as the guidance of a parish priest, helped him turn his life around.
- Despite the multiple warnings, Bishop Finn chose to leave Ratigan in place in the parish.
- He claimed to be related to a quarter of the voters in Iberia Parish—sometimes to a full half of them.
- The parish priest Father Michele Iacono, dressed in purple vestments, blessed the bodies and performed last rights en masse.
- In the parish churches, many of which are of great interest, the predominant styles are Decorated and Perpendicular.
- The taxes whether public, county, or parish, were payable in tobacco.
- These residents then killed the parish priest, and without arms fled for safety to the mountain ravines.
- A pretty boy of seven or eight years of age is chosen by each parish.
- Her visitors took their leave, to spread the report over the village and parish of King's Warren.