- ; secular priestA diocesan priest is a man who has been ordained to minister in a particular diocese; in contrast, religious priests are members of a religious community, whose ministry may be national or international.
Glossary of theological terms. John T. Ford. 2014.
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Diocesan priest — See also: Secular clergy A diocesan priest is a Roman Catholic priest who commits himself to a certain geographical area, and is ordained into this service of God s people within a diocese. This includes serving the everyday needs of the people… … Wikipedia
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religious priest — This term refers to a priest of a religious community who may engage in diocesan, national, or internationalministries; in contrast, a diocesan priest is ordained for a particular diocese and usually ministers in that diocese for life … Glossary of theological terms
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