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  Archbishop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Christianity, an archbishop is an elevated bishop.
Archbishops are allowed ten tassles a side on their coat of arms, while a bishop only receives six.
These metropolitan archbishops, in addition to the usual ceremonial privileges of archbishops, hold the responsibilities of a metropolitan bishop over the suffragan bishops of the province and are thus the only archbishops who wear the pallium by right.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Archbishop   (796 words)

 Archbishop of Canterbury - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior clergyman of the established Church of England and symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
The Archbishop's main residence is Lambeth Palace in the London Borough of Lambeth.
The pre-eminence of the Archbishop of Canterbury is acknowledged by an Act of Parliament passed during the reign of Henry VIII.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Archbishop_of_Canterbury   (1386 words)

Finally, the function of the archbishop se judge in a court of appeal, though it still subsists, is of little va actical importance now that the clergy, in civil matters, are co Liversally subject to the secular courts.
Until the pallium is co Inted, the archbishop is known only as archbishop-elect, of d is not empowered to exercise his potestas ordinis in the m chdiocese nor to summon the provincial synod and exercise to e jurisdiction dependent upon this.
rhe archbishop of Canterbury exercises the twofold juristion of a metropolitan and a diocesan bishop.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /A/AR/ARCHBISHOP.htm   (1203 words)

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.
The jurisdiction of the archbishop is twofold, episcopal and archiepiscopal.
Archbishops are as a rule only titular, without any suffragans, but with their own diocese, the same as most of the Catholic metropolitans in the East.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/01691a.htm   (1800 words)

 Archdiocese of Milwaukee - Archbishop Dolan
Archbishop Dolan was ordained to the priesthood on June 19, 1976.
On his return to St. Louis, Archbishop Dolan served in parish ministry from 1983-87, during which time he was also liaison for the late Archbishop John L. May in the restructuring of the college and theology programs of the archdiocesan seminary system.
In 1987, Archbishop Dolan was appointed to a five-year term as secretary to the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C. When he returned to St. Louis in 1992, he was appointed vice rector of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, serving also as director of Spiritual Formation and professor of Church History.
www.archmil.org /bishops/ArchbishopDolan.asp   (455 words)

 Fifth Archbishop
Archbishop John Francis Donoghue was born in Washington, D.C. on August 9, 1928, the son of Daniel and Rose Ryan Donoghue.
Archbishop Donoghue was ordained to the priesthood in St. Matthew Cathedral, Washington, on June 4, 1955.
Archbishop Donoghue became a bishop at his episcopal ordination in 1984, on the occasion of his being named the second bishop of Charlotte, succeeding Bishop Begley.
www.archatl.com /archbishops/donoghue   (364 words)

 Archbishop Romero
Archbishop Romero’s martyrdom came in the midst of terrible civil strife that would become even worse during the 1980s until it was finally resolved by a 1992 peace accord.
As has often been the case in the 20th century, Archbishop Romero was martyred even though he had taken neither side in the conflict, but had tried to maintain Christ’s own position of asking the warring parties to forgo violence and hatred, and to seek a reasonable compromise and reconciliation with one another.
Archbishop Romero had repeatedly disputed this interpretation and, though trying to discover au authentic form of liberation for his people, denounced violence by rebels as much as by the government.
www.catholicherald.com /royal/royal8.htm   (772 words)

 Most Rev. Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. - Archbishop of Denver
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput was born September 26, 1944, in Concordia, Kansas, the son of Joseph and Marian DeMarais Chaput.
In 1977, Archbishop Chaput became pastor of Holy Cross Parish in Thornton, Colorado, and vicar provincial for the Capuchin Province of Mid-America.
Archbishop Chaput was ordained Bishop of Rapid City, South Dakota, on July 26, 1988.
www.archden.org /archbishop/ab01.htm   (234 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ethelbert, Archbishop of York
He was a kinsman of his predecessor Archbishop Egbert (brother to Eadberht, King of Northumbria) and a pupil in the school which Egbert founded at York.
Even after Egbert became archbishop, he reserved to himself the duty of lecturing on the New Testament, while he entrusted the work of explaining the Old Testament to Ethelbert.
As archbishop he continued his simple and laborious life, working with such success that he is regarded as one of the founders of the Church of York.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05554a.htm   (777 words)

 Bishop - OrthodoxWiki
The title of archbishop or metropolitan may be granted to a senior bishop, usually one who is in charge of a large ecclesiastical jurisdiction or archdiocese.
The change in the Greek tradition came about because at one point in history, the diocesan bishops of ancient sees (which in the Greek world are pretty much all of them) all came to be styled as metropolitans.
Thus, while in the Slavic and Antiochian traditions, an archbishop is a senior bishop with an honorific title, a metropolitan is a bishop in charge of a major see and thus holding a territorial title.
www.orthodoxwiki.org /Archbishop   (427 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Interview: Rowan Williams
This is the transcript of an interview between the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, and the Guardian's editor Alan Rusbridger
Actually, I think they were quite sparing in what they said in public, I don't think that they would have identified it in terms of giving a lead, they would have seen it as an attempt to make a responsible contribution to public debate where appropriate, some of it abstract.
That means that, structurally speaking, in the church as I believe it to be, it really is wrong for an Archbishop to be the leader of a party; in a polarised and deeply divided church it's particularly important, I think, not to be someone pursuing an agenda that isn't the agenda of the whole.
www.guardian.co.uk /religion/Story/0,,1735404,00.html   (5528 words)

ARCHBISHOP JOHN was born on June 4, 1896, in the village of Adamovka in the province of Kharkov in southern Russia.
The exodus of his flock from China accomplished, Archbishop John was given in 1951 a new field for his pastoral endeavor: he was sent by the Synod of Bishops to the Archdiocese of Western Europe, with his see first in Paris, and later in Brussels.
The mother was very thankful to Archbishop John for the healing of her son and continues to pray to him with gratitude.
www.fatheralexander.org /booklets/english/johnmx1.htm   (12322 words)

 BBC NEWS | England | North Yorkshire | First black Archbishop enthroned
The enthronement ceremony of the 97th Archbishop of York was witnessed by a 3,000-strong congregation.
Archbishop Sentamu was educated in Uganda, where he practised as a barrister and was an outspoken critic of Idi Amin's regime, before coming to the UK in 1974.
After his appointment to the post of Archbishop was announced earlier this year, he said he was looking forward to spreading the Christian message.
news.bbc.co.uk /go/rss/-/1/hi/england/north_yorkshire/4481796.stm   (496 words)

 The Piececlopedia: Bishop-Knight Compound
The name Archbishop was introduced by Capablanca, who had originally called this piece a Chancellor, perhaps because one of its meanings is "a Roman Catholic priest heading the office in which diocesan business is transacted and recorded" (Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th).
In Diamond Chess, an Archbishop is a piece that moves as a Bishop or a King.
Archbishop has been used in the commercial variant Gothic Chess, and John William Brown has favored the name Cardinal in his book Meta-Chess.
www.chessvariants.com /piececlopedia.dir/bishop-knight.html   (1219 words)

 New Catholic Dictionary: archbishop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He is also styled metropolitan, because his see is usually the most important city of the province.
Today an archbishop usually cannot interfere with the affairs of a diocese other than his own, but he has the right and duty to call the bishops to a provincial council, and also to act as first judge of appeal from a decision of one of his suffragan bishops.
In the Eastern Church archbishops as a rule are merely titular.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/ncd00726.htm   (93 words)

 Archbishop Gregory Embraces AIDS Ministers
During the reception, Archbishop Gregory shared his experiences during a visit to Sudan and Kenya in 2001, when he was vice-president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Archbishop Gregory said it is clear to him that what the world is living with is what Jesus would be confronting if these were biblical times.
Archbishop Gregory’s words and actions at the gathering “speak volumes to me of how he feels about those living with HIV/AIDS and those who reach out to help them,” said Ann Prosek, AIDS minister from St. Oliver Plunkett Church, Snellville.
www.georgiabulletin.org /local/2005/09/22/aids_ministry   (1580 words)

 Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | Archbishop urges reform of parish system
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, yesterday called for an overhaul of the traditional parish system of the Church of England to meet the needs of modern society.
The call came during the archbishop's address at a service in Westminster Abbey to mark the 300th anniversary of the original national model for funding parishes - known as Queen Anne's Bounty - which in some ways still persists today.
The archbishop told the congregation of church worthies and diocesan represen tatives: "We know that our much-loved and treasured parochial system is not equipped to meet all the challenges of young, mobile populations, whose patterns of life and work are not those of their parents' and grandparents' generations.
www.guardian.co.uk /religion/Story/0,2763,1344179,00.html   (392 words)

 Archbishop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He is Primate of England and Archbishop of the Province of York - the whole northern half of England - with pastoral oversight of the bishops in that Province and responsibility for clergy discipline.
Together with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Archbishop of York is a leading spokesman on behalf of the Church of England as well as one of the Presidents of the General Synod and of the Archbishop's Council.
Information on Archbishop Sentamu, his appointment and Inauguration in York Minster may be found on the Diocese of York web site at www.dioceseofyork.org.uk.
www.bishopthorpepalace.co.uk /archbishop.html   (178 words)

 Anglican Mainstream
Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter, was invited to observe the spring retreat of the Episcopal Church’s House of Bishops and to speak as a representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
So it was with a sense of amazed disbelief that I read in the minutes of a recent meeting that Archbishop Williams had with the Brazilian bishops that Archbishop Williams was reported to have stated he “did not receive” the deposed Recifian after all.
When Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, was burnt at the stake on 21 March 1556 it must have seemed as if his life’s work had been wasted.
www.anglican-mainstream.net   (1703 words)

 Archdiocese of St. Louis: Archbishop Raymond Leo Burke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On December 2, 2003, Bishop Burke was named Archbishop of St. Louis, succeeding Justin Cardinal Rigali, who was appointed Archbishop of Philadelphia in July 2003.
Archbishop Burke was installed in St. Louis on January 26, 2004, the fifth anniversary of Pope John Paul II's historic pastoral visit to the archdiocese.
The Holy Father invested Archbishop Burke with the pallium on June 29, 2004, at the Basilica of St. Peter, in Rome.
www.archstl.org /about/burke.html   (386 words)

 Anglican Communion News Service
Archbishop of Canterbury to attend Pope’s funeral, photographs from Westminster Cathedral Solemn Vespers
The Archbishop has confirmed that he will be wearing the ring presented to his predecessor, Archbishop Michael Ramsey, by Pope Paul VI.
The ring had been the gift of the people of Milan to the Pope and was given to Archbishop Ramsey personally by the Pope during their meeting in 1966.
www.anglicancommunion.org /acns/articles/39/50/acns3966.cfm   (314 words)

 Edmund, Saint, 1170?-1240, English churchman, archbishop of Canterbury. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. ...
Edmund, Saint, 1170?-1240, English churchman, archbishop of Canterbury.
Edmund was made archbishop in 1234 and mediated the peace between Wales and England.
His zeal for reform antagonized Henry III who, to isolate St. Edmund, secured from Rome a papal legate sympathetic to himself, with jurisdiction over the archbishop.
www2.bartleby.com /65/ed/EdmundSt.html   (151 words)

 The Anglican Communion Official Website
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, is to visit Pope Benedict XVI in Rome later this year.
The visit will mark the fortieth anniversary of the Archbishop Michael Ramsey's meeting with Pope Paul VI in 1966 and the founding of the Anglican Centre in Rome in the same year more ›
Archbishop's sermon at the service to commemorate the 450th anniversary of the Martyrdom of Thomas C
www.anglicancommunion.org   (346 words)

 Archbishop John G. Vlazny
Born in Chicago February 22, 1937, Archbishop Vlazny attended Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago and St. Mary of the Lake Seminary, Mundelein, IL., where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1958.
Archbishop Vlazny was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Ministry degree from St. Mary's University, Winona, in 1998, and an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Portland, Portland, OR, 1999.
On October 28, 1997 he was appointed the tenth Archbishop of Portland in Oregon.
www.archdpdx.org /abvlazny/abvlazny.htm   (549 words)

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