deanery deanery


  1. (n) the official residence of a dean
  2. (n) the position or office of a dean


  1. The Vatican contended, however, that Simonis ranked second among suggestions submitted by priests and deanery councils.
  2. All Memphis was privy to the domestic secrets of the deanery in the Cathedral's shadow.
  3. Serving also as a school, the Abbey has an adjacent cloister, a museum and a deanery.


  1. Letter: Police thanked for procession safety

    Editor: On behalf of the board for the Marshfield Deanery Adoration Committee, I would like to thank the Marshfield Police Department for helping us provide a safe and successful Corpus Christi Procession.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: Marshfield News Herald

  2. 27 SE Ind. Catholic churches to be merged or closed

    Sweeping changes that will affect 27 Catholic churches in Southeastern Indiana are on the way. Some will be merged, but about a dozen in the Batesville Deanery will be closed.
    on June 8, 2013     Source: WLWT-TV Cincinnati

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