Reverend Mother


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Reverend Mother

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a title of respect or form of address for the Mother Superior of a convent
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It seems there is a close relationship between you and cleric-turned-philanthropist, Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi despite belonging to different denominations?
CPT was established by Reverend Mother Saint Hermine in 1922 as the Sekolah Convent Infant Jesus.
Also Nigerian Prelate, regarded as Africa's most generous Philanthropist, Reverend Mother Esther AbimbolaAjayi, was also in Liberia on Monday January 14, 2019, for a 4-day working visit with Liberia's Vice President Chief Dr.
The tortured Reverend Mother of the convent complains to God that she has made "every conceivable kind of sacrifice." One of Cathleen's fellow postulants owes her presence at the convent to her mother's belief that at least one child "should be sacrificed" to God.
The 1984 sci-fi mega-flop suffered from a troubled production and terrible reviews, though its Welsh star Sian Phillips - unrecognisable as the shaven headed Reverend Mother Mohiam - had plenty to say about the cinematic maverick.
I knocked the door and a doorman opened, leading me to the reverend mother responsible for receiving guests that day.
I went to the singalong show in Scarborough dressed as the Reverend Mother, long before Coach Trip.
Sounds like the trailer for the world's worst action movie, but actually it's a spooky new drama, based on the best-selling novels, starring Anna Maxwell Martin as the Reverend Mother Devilmagnet, real name Merrily Watkins.
Grigaitis Jr.'s often uproarious take on Reverend Mother Mary Regina, the sisters hold an audience participation talent show to reach their goal.
Meanwhile the first reverend Mother and head of the Sisterhood's school keeps a dangerous secret as political struggle brews across society.
Sister Felicity, Reverend Mother Abbess, who has been at the Poor Clares convent next to St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church for 22 years, said: "All across Europe, the numbers of people joining religious orders has fallen and is continuing to fall at the moment.
A plump, happy-faced Reverend Mother had been the lecturer, her jolly voice contrasting weirdly with the subject matter.