Translation of archdiocese in Spanish:

archdiocese

archidiócesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɑrtʃˈdaɪəsɪs/ /ˌɑrtʃˈdaɪəˌsiz/ /ɑːtʃˈdʌɪəsɪs/

noun

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    archidiócesis feminine
    arquidiócesis feminine
    • The archbishop of the Prague archdiocese is the only Czech cardinal.
    • From there he went to a parish up in Ulster County, the far reaches of the archdiocese.
    • Egan and McCarrick are relative newcomers to their archdioceses.
    • One of the findings of this clumsy study was that the average age of death of priests in the archdiocese had been thirty-six years old.
    • If the state's action could have been foreseen, would the archdiocese have spent so much money on a new cathedral?
    • Last December, he gave a day of recollection at Dunwoodie Seminary for the priests of the archdiocese.
    • He does care about the Boston archdiocese and is dedicated to addressing its needs.
    • The archdiocese responded, in part, by forming a human rights committee.
    • Varappuzha was raised to the status of an Archdiocese in 1886 and was the first archdiocese of Kerala.
    • He returned to his own diocese and up until his death he served the archdiocese of Melbourne with distinction.
    • In 2000, the Munich Radio Orchestra launched a yearly series of concerts called ‘Paradisi gloria,’ co-sponsored by the archdioceses in Munich and Freising.
    • We are a small diocese, carved out of Denver's archdiocese in the 1980s, with a tradition of strong lay leadership.
    • The exhibit includes images from Mount Saint Mary's Seminary and other sites in the archdioceses of Washington and Baltimore.
    • Vocations to the priesthood are now almost adequate in some of the major Catholic archdioceses, although in other places numbers continue low.
    • The Catholic Church in the US has 60m members and 186 archdioceses all of them involved in fundraising.
    • He said had it not been for prayers from the archdiocese, friends and family, coupled with therapy, he would not have recovered fully from the paralysis.
    • By the end of 1941, the US State Department reported that only 34 priests out of 828 were left in the archdiocese of Posen.
    • The archdiocese includes all of Dublin, most of Wicklow and parts of Counties Kildare, Carlow, Wexford and Laois.
    • The archdiocese has opened a string of museums, including one last week, in a bid to preserve for posterity the history and tradition of the church in India.
    • From the inception of the project the archdiocese insisted on a robust design to preserve the function and integrity of the structure.