ecclesiastical parish   (教会の教区)

The ecclesiastical parish was formed in 1907.

It is an ecclesiastical parish taken out of Sandown in 1876.

The ecclesiastical parish is part of the Diocese of Lichfield.

ecclesiastical province   (教会区)

Today it belonged to the ecclesiastical province of Thessaloniki.

immediately subject to the Holy See, not part of an ecclesiastical province.

immediately subject to the Holy See, not part of any ecclesiastical province).

ecclesiastical career   (教会のキャリア)

John initially pursued an ecclesiastical career.

Early in his ecclesiastical career, he was a cleric in Genoa.

Early in his ecclesiastical career, he became a papal chaplain.

ecclesiastical history   (教会の歴史)

Apart from this, nothing is known of the early ecclesiastical history of Carrigallen.

Nonetheless, Henson ranked Lang "among the greater figures of ecclesiastical history".

The ecclesiastical history of Torres (Turris Lybissonis) goes back to the fourth century.

ecclesiastical jurisdiction   (教会の管轄)

In 1798 Ditton was recorded as being within the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Diocese of Rochester, and deanery of Malling.

The title of archbishop or metropolitan may be granted to a senior bishop, usually one who is in charge of a large ecclesiastical jurisdiction.

Most of the Oriental Orthodox Christians in Guatemala are ethnic Mayans, who are under ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Syriac Orthodox Church of Antioch.

ecclesiastical authorities

The number of people executed as heretics under the authority of the various "ecclesiastical authorities" is not known.

The failure of political and ecclesiastical authorities to submit to Puritan demands for more extensive reform was one of the causes of open warfare.

A colonial policy established "Pueblos de Indios" (Indian towns) in which Spaniards (excepting crown and ecclesiastical authorities) were prohibited from living.

ecclesiastical courts

The ecclesiastical courts were generally more lenient.

The executor of an estate could only sue in ecclesiastical courts.

Since the Reformation, ecclesiastical courts in England have been royal courts.

ecclesiastical provinces

The U.S. ecclesiastical provinces which retain Thursday observance in 2009 are Boston, Hartford, New York, Newark, Omaha, and Philadelphia.

Within these Communion provinces may exist subdivisions, called ecclesiastical provinces, under the jurisdiction of a metropolitan archbishop.

Under this Primate were three ecclesiastical provinces of the different Catholic traditions: Armenian, Latin and Ruthenian (present day Ukrainian) in Halychyna.