All the mother-church's vast powers are concentrated in that Board.
And how could he explain the yearning of his heart for the great heart of the mother-church?
The profits go semi-annually to the Treasurer of the mother-church.
Ephesus, as the mother-church of the churches of Asia, is the first one to which in the book of Revelation a letter is addressed.
Whereas, she is in manifest reality the mother-church herself.
Her people built the mother-church edifice on it, at a cost of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
It is the mother-church, to which the Dijonais cling, where their children are baptized and brought on their First Communion.
In her foragings and depredations she usually puts forward the mother-church—a lay figure—and hides behind it.
Trees grow from what once were cloisters and cells; the mother-church in its midst is crumbling, pink, vine-grown, delicious.
We hold no mother-church, on which all other Churches should depend.