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RECTORY, Eng. law. Corporeal real property, consisting of a church, glebe lands and tithes. 1 Chit. Pr. 163.

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And parishioners said they would no longer set foot in the parochial house in Hilltown, Co Down, after it emerged Finnegan abused one youngster there.
He disputed all the charges, telling the court he hadn't had sex with the girl and that she hadn't visited the Parochial House.
FUNDS at the Craggy Island parochial house are low and the roof is falling in.
McGrath was arrested at his parochial house in the village of Roslea in County Fermanagh, Ireland, after the arrest of 38-year-old William Adams in Bootle.
It is believed another man, charged in Liverpool earlier this month with child abduction and three counts of rape, is alleged to have stayed at the priest's parochial house in Northern Ireland.
You don't want a priest coming to mass every week in a '04 new car from a large parochial house with eight empty bedrooms in it.
Details emerged after Spotlight broadcast harrowing details of how Fr Malachy Finnegan preyed on youngsters in his car and the parochial house in Hilltown, Co Down.
He said: "I called at the parochial house this afternoon to extend solidarity to the two priests who were robbed at gunpoint and let them know that local people are horrified at this attack.
McGrath was arrested at his parochial house in the village of Roslea in County Fermanagh, Ulster, after the arrest of 38-year-old William Adams in Bootle.
She also claims the priest attacked her in the Parochial House connected to the church on another date.
The terrified guests were kept in the sacristy and parochial house until the police arrived.
TWO men were being questioned by gardai last night following a botched raid on a parochial house.