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Caption: Kansas pro-life legislators surround the Crosier family (at left: Samuel, Sean, Sheryl, Scott, and Sabella), immediately behind Gov.
It has often entailed finding a new balance between spiritual life and active ministry in what one novice and vocations director, Crosier Fr.
Owen Ramsden was a prolific supplier of church plate: chalices, patens and ciboria, alms dishes and crosiers, drawing on both Gothic and Romanesque styles.
Of the surviving Reformation plate are Bishop Fox's gold and enamel chalice and paten, 1507, and his magnificent silver, gilt and enamel crosier, c1500, with the finely modelled figures of the 12 apostles and the figure of St Peter in the crook.
The Crosiers are the driving force behind "Simon's Law"--introduced in Kansas and Missouri--so that no DNR order can be placed on a minor without parental consent and requires that hospitals and medical facilities must disclose any "futility" polices if asked.
The Crosiers identified four men who "are subject to the settlement": Wendell Mohs, Gerald Funcheon, Gregory Madigan and Gabriel Guerrero.
A feud developed, and the Crosiers called for help from their allies the Halls, who lived at Girsonfield, near Otterburn.
The members of this small, undistinguished group are usually known in English as the Crosiers (though in England they were called the Crutched Friars).
As several bishops and other dignitaries, complete with mitres, copes and crosiers, walked the mid-October festival from the palace to the cathedral, a crowd assembled reverently.