An ordained minister of the Catholic, Orthodox, or Anglican Church having the authority to perform certain rites and administer certain sacraments
A person who performs religious ceremonies and duties in a non-Christian religion
A mallet used to kill fish caught when angling
a clergyman in Christian churches who has the authority to perform or administer various religious rites; one of the Holy Orders
a person who performs religious duties and ceremonies in a non-Christian religion
(priestly) associated with the priesthood or priests; "priestly (or sacerdotal) vestments"; "hieratic gestures"
A priest or priestess is a person having the authority or power to administer religious rites; in particular, rites of sacrifice to, and propitiation of, a deity or deities. Their office or position is the priesthood, a term which may also apply to such persons collectively.
Priest is a 1994 British drama film directed by Antonia Bird. The screenplay by Jimmy McGovern focuses on a Roman Catholic priest as he struggles with two issues that precipitate a crisis of faith.
Priest is an upcoming film loosely based on the manhwa, the Korean name for comics and print cartoons, of the same name. The film is directed by Scott Stewart and stars Paul Bettany, Cam Gigandet and Maggie Q .
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The ministerial orders of the Catholic Church include the orders of bishops, deacons and presbyters, which in Latin is sacerdos. The ordained priesthood and common priesthood (or priesthood of the all the baptized) are different in function and essence.
Priest, in comics, may refer to: * Christopher Priest (comics), the now de plume of an American comics writer, often credited as "Priest" * Priest (manhwa), a Weird West Korean comic series * Jessica Priest, a character from Spawn
* Priest (DC Comics), a DC Comics character who has appeared in a ...
(Priests) Holders of the office of priest in the Aaronic priesthood. Boys generally become priests at age 16. A priest can bless the sacrament and perform the ordinance of baptism. (See Doctrine and Covenants 20:46-49)
(Priests) Full-time religious specialist with high status thought to be able to communicate with superior being.
(Priests) One of the most revered and respected classes of gryph, Priests have a unique connection to the spiritual lives of gryphs. ...
(Priests) The different priestly ministries work in the local congregations and have responsibility for the direct spiritual care of the congregations. Priestly ministries can carry out Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. The ministries that are considered priestly are as follows:
A priest is an augury of ill, if seen in dreams. If he is in the pulpit, it denotes sickness and trouble for the dreamer. If a woman dreams that she is in love with a priest, it warns her of deceptions and an unscrupulous lover. ...
One of the seven essence roles. Its positive pole is compassion; its negative pole is zeal. Priests seek the higher good.
The second rank of the Ordained Clergy.
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A descendant of Aaron, charged with performing various rites in the Temple. This is not the same thing as a rabbi. See Kohein.
a club used to deliver the "last rites" to a fish that won't be released
This word (etymologically "elder", from presbyteros , presbyter ) has taken ...
A person who has special power (through his ordination) to act as a mediator between God and man. This allows him to preside over a Catholic mass.
a self propelled gun with the gun, turret etc removed in order to convert it to an armoured troop carrier.
The priests were the main officials in the Temple in Jerusalem. They offered sacrifices, burned incense and carried out most of the other acts of worship there. The priests were supposedly descended from Aaron (Moses' brother) and therefore were all from the tribe of the Levites. ...
A clergyperson who may celebrate the Eucharist, give blessings and forgive sins.
a holy man or woman who has an officiating role in some schools of Buddhism.