ksiądz zakonny

English translation: religious order priest

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Polish term or phrase:ksiądz zakonny
English translation:religious order priest
Entered by: Marcin Miłkowski

17:36 Mar 3, 2006
Polish to English translations [PRO]
Religion / Catholic Church
Polish term or phrase: ksiądz zakonny
kontekst:

"Każdy duchowny z obowiązku przynależy do określonej diecezji (ksiądz diecezjalny) lub zakonu (ksiądz zakonny), do których zostaje inkardynowany na stałe przez przyjęcie święceń diakonatu lub profesję zakonną."

W starych materiałach klienta mam "lay priest", ale to prawie na pewno nie pasuje do struktury rzymsko-katolickiej.
Marcin Miłkowski
Local time: 13:21
order priest
Explanation:
What is the difference between a religious order priest and a diocesan priest?

A religious order priest belongs to a religious community, such as the Franciscans, Dominicans, etc., who strive to live out the charism of their founder and often have a particular type of ministry, e.g., education, health care. They usually live in community and they take the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. Diocesan priests, also called secular priests, are ordained for a local church, a geographical area, and generally serve in parishes, although they also assist in schools, hospitals, prisons, etc., depending upon the local needs. Although they do not take the three vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, diocesan priests do promise: to lead a celibate life; to respect and obey their diocesan bishop; and to live a simple lifestyle.
http://www.serraatlanta.org/faq.htm

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religious order priest
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Adam Zakrzewski
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Local time: 13:21
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order priest


Explanation:
What is the difference between a religious order priest and a diocesan priest?

A religious order priest belongs to a religious community, such as the Franciscans, Dominicans, etc., who strive to live out the charism of their founder and often have a particular type of ministry, e.g., education, health care. They usually live in community and they take the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience. Diocesan priests, also called secular priests, are ordained for a local church, a geographical area, and generally serve in parishes, although they also assist in schools, hospitals, prisons, etc., depending upon the local needs. Although they do not take the three vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, diocesan priests do promise: to lead a celibate life; to respect and obey their diocesan bishop; and to live a simple lifestyle.
http://www.serraatlanta.org/faq.htm

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Note added at 4 mins (2006-03-03 17:40:44 GMT)
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religious order priest

Adam Zakrzewski
Poland
Local time: 13:21
Works in field
Native speaker of: Native in PolishPolish
PRO pts in category: 20
Grading comment
dzięki!

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agree  Irena Bartczak
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