Re: [Czechlist] Help eng-ces duchovni slovo
- Why not just say "chaplain's address"? That sounds like it will be
somewhat spiritual but short of a sermon.
On Dec 12, 2008, at 8:45 AM, Romana wrote:
> �The minister�s address� or �the minister�s introduction� should do.
> Most English speakers will associate a �man of the church� (any
> church) with the term �minister�, very opposite to European people
> who would rather associate a politician. A minister is certainly
> expected to speak a �duchovni slovo�.
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> Hello, Could anyone help me with "duchovni slovo". Its aim is to say
> a few words before a Christmas concert, not to pray. A military
> chaplain will say it. Thanks, Helena
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