Well, a chaplain, by anybody's dictionary, is a person - clergyman or layman - who conducts a service in a chapel.
The Pledge, itself, came along slightly more than a century ago, the work of a socialist editor and clergyman .
a Protestant clergyman
My rabbi in Brooklyn, who is a national Jewish leader, probably did not know a single Christian clergyman on a first-name basis.
A consistory court has the power to hear against any Anglican clergyman or woman a charge of ‘conduct unbecoming a clerk in holy orders’.
The son of a Church of Ireland clergyman , he emigrated in 1875 as a graduate in law from Trinity College, Dublin.
In the wake of the demise of the Roman Empire, European peasants, nobles and clergyman had to literally remake their lives.
Along with several couples, there were a group of five unattached girls and this unattached clergyman .
Despite the fact that his father was a landowner, town councillor, and clergyman we hear of no attempt to rescue or ransom the captive.
One New Orleans clergyman , whose home was flooded, refused to attend.