This may seem like a silly question, but:
- Is there a specific name for a Catholic
priest's house, possibly attached to a
- In England, a Vicar's residence is
a Vicarage, or
- a Scottish Presbyterian ('my background') minister's
residence is a Manse.
there a specific name for a house a Catholic priest lives in, possibly attached to a
Hi, Andy —
Thanks for the question.
The name for a priest's residence,
usually attached to the church,
is a rectory.
A church's pastor used to be called
a "rector", as he still
is in the Anglican communion. Heads
of Catholic seminaries are also called
Yours in Christ,