After the initial shock, a lightbulb came on among the clergy.
Friday speech by different government organizations and some members of the clergy.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews, including children as young as 8, spit at members of the clergy on a daily basis, Rev. Pizzaballa said.
He has the right to visit with clergy, but had not requested any.
Everyone in the secular press has their favorite, and they are easily wined and dined as much as the clergy.
No President, probably, was ever so much annoyed by the clergy as Lincoln.
Well would it be if all the clergy were as sweet-tempered as that Bishop of Helstonleigh!
But our clergy have prayers to be feared by the upholders of wrong.
The Prefect of the Department, the Bishop, the clergy, objected to her story.
The great quarrel between the parliament and the clergy was then at its height.
c.1200, clergie "office or dignity of a clergyman," from two Old French words: 1. clergié "clerics, learned men," from Medieval Latin clericatus, from Late Latin clericus (see clerk); 2. clergie "learning, knowledge, erudition," from clerc, also from Late Latin clericus. Meaning "persons ordained for religious work" is from c.1300.