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Fathers of the Oratory
|(R. C. Ch.) ||a society of priests founded by St. Philip Neri, living in community, and not bound by a special vow. The members are called also oratorians.|
See also: Oratory
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Anne and John both had sung Tridentine Requiem funeral Masses beautifully celebrated by the Fathers of the Oratory
in Toronto, whom she cited as another sign of renewal.
The church was dedicated to him by fathers of the Oratory
when it was built.
Pinsent Masons refused to comment but referred us to the owners of the site, the Catholic Fathers of the Oratory
on Hagley Road.
The site's owners, the Fathers of the Oratory
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