- Definition of archbishop in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of archbishop. Pronunciation of archbishop. Translations of archbishop. archbishop synonyms, archbishop antonyms. Information about archbishop in the free online English dictionary and. — “archbishop - definition of archbishop by the Free Online”,
- The Archbishop Chapelle family welcomed the grandparents of 10th, 11th, and 12th graders Archbishop Chapelle High School / 8800 Veterans Blvd. Metairie, LA. — “Archbishop Chapelle High School - Quality Catholic Education”,
- The first hierarch of the other autocephalous churches are styled metropolitan or archbishop or archbishop. The Slavonic and Antiochian churches continue to follow the older tradition, where an archbishop is a senior bishop in charge of a major see, and a metropolitan is a. — “Bishop - OrthodoxWiki”,
- Archbishop tells global south gathering: "There are no quick solutions for the wounds of the body of Christ." The Archbishop of Canterbury has used his video address to the Fourth Global South to South Encounter meeting in Singapore to emphasise. — “The Archbishop of Canterbury - Archbishop's message to the”,
- In Christianity, an archbishop is an elevated bishop, responsible for all churches belonging to a religious group of a particular district. An archbishop is usually also the Metropolitan of an ecclesiastical province, but there are exceptions to this rule. — “Archbishop - Wikinfo”,
- The Revd Richard Carew, currently curate at Beverley Minster, has been appointed Domestic Chaplain to the Archbishop of York. — “The Archbishop of York - Archbishop of York appoints Domestic”,
- Catholic coeducational day school for students grades 9-12. Operated by the Archdiocese of Washington. Includes calendar, admission information, academic and athletic programs, and school history. — “Home page | Archbishop”,
- In Christianity, an archbishop is an elevated bishop heading a When a bishop becomes an archbishop, he is not in any sense being ordained nor otherwise. — “Archbishop - Definition”,
- Traditionally, an archbishop leads an ecclesiastical province or a diocese of particular importance called an archdiocese. Archbishop Peter of Mainz, four***th century, vested with pallium of papal authority. Earlier, from the second half of the second century, the. — “Archbishop - New World Encyclopedia”,
- An archbishop or metropolitan, in the present sense of the term, is a bishop who governs a diocese strictly his own, while he presides at the same time over the bishops of a well-defined district composed of simple dioceses but not of provinces. — “Archbishop - Catholic Encyclopedia”,
- Archbishop definition, a bishop of the highest rank who presides over an archbishopric or archdiocese. See more. — “Archbishop | Define Archbishop at ”,
- Nor are the terms interchangeable now; for not all metropolitans are archbishops,' nor all archbishops metropolitans. The title seems to have been introduced first in the East, in the 4th century, as an honorary distinction implying no superiority of jurisdiction. — “Archbishop - LoveToKnow 1911”, 1911
- Archbishop. Worldly man's ageless lesson: have the courage to hear God's call. Nov. 3, 2010, By Archbishop George Niederauer. Jesus claims at the end of the Gospel passage today: "The Son of Man has come to search out and save what was lost. — “Catholic San Francisco”, catholic-
- The Archbishop of Canterbury is the chief bishop and principal leader of the Church of England , the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion , and the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the chief bishop and principal leader. — “Archbishop of Canterbury - Kosmix : Reference, Videos, Images”,
- In Catholicism, an archbishop is an elevated bishop. In many Catholic Churches, this means that they lead a diocese of particular importance called an archdiocese. An archbishop is equivalent to a bishop in sacred matters but simply has a higher. — “Archbishop - Religion-wiki”,
- archbishop n. ( Abbr. Abp. ) A bishop of the highest rank, heading an archdiocese or province. [Middle English archebishop , from Old English Until 1970, a coadjutor archbishop, one who has special faculties and the right to succeed to the leadership of a see on the death or resignation of. — “archbishop: Definition from ”,
- The Archbishop of Canterbury is the chief bishop and principal leader of the Church of The current archbishop is Rowan Williams who is the 104th in a line that goes back more. — “Archbishop of Canterbury”, schools-
- Archbishop Donald Wuerl (right) celebrating Mass. An archbishop (from Greek ἀρχι-, chief, and ἐπίσκοπος, bishop) is a bishop of higher rank, but not of higher sacramental order above that of the three orders of deacon, priest (presbyter) and bishop. — “Archbishop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- Installed as Eleventh Archbishop of Santa Fe on September 21, 1993. The archiepiscopal heraldic achievement, or as it is more commonly known, the archbishop's coat of arms, is composed of a shield, with its charges (symbols), a motto scroll and the external ornaments. — “About the Archbishop - Archdiocese of Santa Fe”,
- Archbishop is a Ni-Kunni born the son of slave parents Gallian and Temandra on the ice planet Arza III in the Kor-Azor region. Archbishop is the son of Gallian and Temandra who were Ni-Kunni living in Chaven. — “Archbishop - EVE History”, eve-
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