, Vir Jala, 50, said Biliran had been a great help to the parishioners
, especially those who needed advice and support.
The closure "drove some people away," according to parishioner
Although it is hard to fault Duffy's painstaking research of what he has coined "traditional religion," Katherine French quite astutely has issued a note of caution, arguing persuasively that he "unduly minimizes conflict in late medieval religion," preferring instead to focus on parishioner
agency rather than coercion by the church.
For company there was a snoozing parishioner
who slept in a reclining chair behind the church pews.
Polluting the Sacred: Violence, Faith, and the "Civilizing" of Parishioners
in Late Medieval England.
said: "I remember aladyattending churchnot long after losing her husband.
Bill Slattery, a parishioner
and owner of Slattery Construction, is doing the repairs.
However, one parishioner
at the Catholic church said the parting shot came as no surprise.
If a parishioner
is missing, the job will get done, but somebody will always call your home to inquire if everything is OK.
said: ``Some people will really miss him - he was particularly good with children.
threatened a parishioner
with denial of communion for displaying Democratic bumper stickers on her car.
By combining the abilities to respond directly to parishioner
requests and to provide them with a highly interactive, customized experience, parishes have a greater ability to establish, nurture and sustain long-term parishioner
relationships than ever before.