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CURATE, eccl. law. One who represents the incumbent of a church, person, or20 vicar, and takes care of the church, and performs divine service in his stead.

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Heather Liddell, assistant curate at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, pause from administering ashes at Edmonton's Century Park LRT station.
Huddersfield Parish Church assistant curate Simon Crook asked the school to create some paintings for Easter.
After that, it was a case of working up the ladder - from assistant curate to Bishop.
Ben, who has been assistant curate in Aberavon for the past three years since his ordination at Llandaff Cathedral, takes over from the Rev Matthew Trick who left the diocese earlier this year.
Reverend Ben Norton, the assistant curate at St Cuthbert's, in Marton, is set to run the London Marathon on Sunday, April 13.
Claire Turner is Assistant Curate in the Wednesfield Team Ministry
Tariman of Baras, Catanduanes, and a bride (from Daraga, Albay) were joined in a marriage by the Daraga assistant curate, Fr.
An assistant curate would receive pounds 17,827, rising to pounds 20,974 as a vicar.
The tumour continued to expand for another four years causing headaches, blurred vision and hallucinations while the vicar worked as assistant curate at Sparkhill's St Bede's Church.
After growing up Yardley, he was ordained a priest in the Birmingham Diocese in 1977 when he became Assistant Curate in the parish of Moseley.
Assistant curate, the Rev Judy Drummond, joined in the protest Pictures: EDDIE BARFORD/ eb210608eevertonprotest-4; Tony Barton addresses the crowd Code: eb210608eevertonprotest-1
Mark Cuming, Assistant Curate at the time and Mrs Gwenda Gofton.
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