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These were among the multitudinous duties imposed on the parish and its officers by the law of the land.The parishes spent not far short of one-fifth of the budget of the national government itself.Central government placed its obligations on parishes without specifying how they should be carried out.
Many parish churches are now "linked" with neighbouring parish churches (served by a single minister.) With the abolition of parishes as a unit of civil government in Scotland, parishes now have a purely ecclesiastical significance in Scotland (and the boundaries may be adjusted by the local Presbytery).In the United States, in some United Methodist Churches the congregation is called a parish.
In general they originate from an ecclesiastical parish of the same name perhaps, in the course of time, with modified boundaries to better suit local government.In the Roman Catholic Church, each parish has at least one parish priest, who has responsibility and canonical authority over the parish (the Latin for this post is parochus).A parish priest may have one or more fellow priests assisting him.
This ecclesiastical administrative unit (see Civil Parish) is typically found in these Churches: Roman Catholic, Anglican Communion, the Eastern Orthodox Church, the Church of Sweden, the Church of Norway, some Methodist, and Presbyterian churches.
Many Church of England parishes owe their first existence to the establishment of a minster church or to an estate church founded by Anglo-Saxon or Norman landowners.Pounds, N.J.G.(2000) A history of the English parish: the culture of religion from Augustine to Victoria, Cambridge University Press, 593 p., ISBN 0-521-63348-6 A present-day parish boundary may even correspond to that of an Anglo-Saxon estate of more than one thousand years ago but this is most likely to have happened in the 17th century when boundaries were rearranged to fit a parish with a landowner's responsibilities and so avoid further dispute.
In this usage, a parish minister is one who serves a congregation.In some countries a parish (then more precisely a "civil parish") is (also) an administrative area of civil government.