|ADJ || abbatial | more abbatial | most abbatial |
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- In February 2010, Clear Creek Abbey gained abbatial status. It uses the 1962 Roman Missal.
- It was not till Theodore's death (c. 380) that Orsisius, advised by St. Athanasius, accepted the abbatial office of hegumen.
- Pope Leo XIII having restored the abbatial title of Fontenelle specially for him, Dom Pothier was eventually raised to the dignity of Abbot of St Wandrille's Abbey (installed on 24 July 1898) - becoming the first abbot of the monastery since the French Revolution and its first regular abbot since the 16th century.
- He died in Rome in 1670 and was buried in his abbatial church.
- San Bernardo alle Terme is a Baroque style, Roman Catholic abbatial church located on Via Torino 94 in the rione Castro Pretorio of Rome, Italy.
- In several other parishes, Abbot Cölestin Gugger proved skill in solving conflicts on the path of negotiation, for instance when people in Rorschach were trying to rebel against the abbatial governance - on grounds of false accusations.
- The Church of Saint-Volusien is an abbatial church in Foix, Ariège in southwestern France. It already existed in the 12th century and was re-built and renovated several times.
- The struggle reached such a peak that the Toggenburgers armed themselves with the support of Zürich, and they occupied the abbatial fortresses at Lütisburg, Iberg and Schwarzenbach in 1710.
- He was elected for a life-time term as abbot with a mandatory retirement age of 75 years on 27 June 1995 and received the abbatial blessing on 15 September 1995.
- Because the abbatial succession at Tuam is only partially preserved, it is not known who was his direct predecessor or successor.
- Later abbatial records, from 1037–45, date his consecration to 821, but documents from 824 name Peter as abbot.
- Previously, at the abbatial palace of [...].
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