de lic. Par.

English translation: with the permission of the parish

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Latin term or phrase:de lic. Par.
English translation:with the permission of the parish
Entered by: Veronika McLaren

02:48 Mar 16, 2019
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Religion / title of a priest
Latin term or phrase: de lic. Par.
A priest's name is shown as R.P. Sac Josepho [surname] de lic. Par. He performed a baptism at St Catherine's Church in Alexandria, Egypt, in 1944. Love to know what de lic. Par. stands for.
David Connor
Australia
Local time: 04:42
with the permission of the parish
Explanation:
licentia parochi appears in a number of websites (google book excerpts) relating to the Catholic church and the sacament of baptism and marriage

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https://dhspriory.org/thomas/Contralmpugnantes.htm
Thomas Aquinas - de licentia praelatorum, here: with license from the bishops

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Note added at 1 day 15 hrs (2019-03-17 17:50:10 GMT)
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non petita licentia a presbyteris parochialibus - without asking any permission from parish priests
sine licentia sacerdotum parochialium - without any necessity for a further license from parish priests
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Veronika McLaren
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with the permission of the parish


Explanation:
licentia parochi appears in a number of websites (google book excerpts) relating to the Catholic church and the sacament of baptism and marriage

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Note added at 1 day 14 hrs (2019-03-17 17:23:23 GMT)
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https://dhspriory.org/thomas/Contralmpugnantes.htm
Thomas Aquinas - de licentia praelatorum, here: with license from the bishops

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Note added at 1 day 15 hrs (2019-03-17 17:50:10 GMT)
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non petita licentia a presbyteris parochialibus - without asking any permission from parish priests
sine licentia sacerdotum parochialium - without any necessity for a further license from parish priests

Example sentence(s):
  • posint llorae Canonicae cum cantu, vel sine absque alia licentia Parochi?
  • et ubi dicitur, de licentia parochi, ...
Veronika McLaren
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agree  Sandra Mouton: Makes good sense
3 days 20 hrs
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