Priest of Church

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a parish priest (also called a pastor) is a priest appointed through the bishop to symbolize him to the neighborhood parish, that is a set of neighborhoods in a single small place of a county inside a given country. A given metropolis might also aid some of parishes, relying on the Catholic populace.

The pastor is helped with the aid of a parochial vicar (previously called a curate or an assistant pastor) and/or a permanent deacon, non secular sister, or lay parishioners — all called pastoral associates. The parish council and finance committee, which might be made of lay parishioners for the maximum part, advise and suggest the pastor but don’t have administrative or government authority

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