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  Encyclopedia: Bishop-of-Wakefield
The Bishop of Saint Edmundsbury and Ipswich is the Ordinary of the Church of England Diocese of Saint Edmundsbury and Ipswich in the Province of Canterbury.
The Bishop of Coventry is the Ordinary of the England Diocese of Coventry in the Province of Canterbury.
The Bishop of Argyll and the Isles is the Ordinary of the Scottish Episcopal Diocese of Argyll and the Isles.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Bishop_of_Wakefield   (1658 words)

 Bishop of Bangor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bishop of Bangor is the Ordinary of the Church in Wales Diocese of Bangor.
The Bishop's residence is Tŷ'r Esgob in Bangor.
The current bishop is the Right Reverend Phillip Anthony Crockett, the 80th Bishop of Bangor, who was enthroned at Bangor Cathedral on 18 September 2004 and who signs Anthony Bangor.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishop_of_Bangor   (239 words)

 Bangor (Catholic Encyclopedia) - BibleWiki
Diocese; anciently known as Bangor Vawr, situated in Carnarvonshire on the Menai Straits, must be distinguished from Bangor Iscoed also in Wales, and the celebrated Irish monastery of Bangor in County Down.
In 1092 Hervey, a cleric in the court of William Rufus, was consecrated Bishop of Bangor and in the same year was present in that capacity at the council held by St. Anselm at Westminster, being the first Welsh bishop to attend an English council.
It is the smallest and humblest of all the cathedrals in England or Wales, being an embattled cruciform structure resembling a good-sized parish church.
bible.tmtm.com /wiki/Bangor_%28Catholic_Encyclopedia%29   (796 words)

 Bishop of Winchester - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During the middle ages it was one of the wealthiest English sees, and its bishops have included a number of politically prominent Englishmen.
The Bishops of Winchester had their London residence at Winchester Palace in Southwark, London.
Saint Swithun was bishop during the 9th century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishop_of_Winchester   (180 words)

 amlwch at bangor university   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Copy of a letter from Bishop Warren to the churchwardens, referring to a promise made to the writer by Thomas Williams regarding the demolition of the church and the building of a new one at the expense of the proprietors of the mine companies, 5 October 1793.
Caernarfonshire: Parishes of Bangor, Caerhun, Llandudno, Llanllechid and Conwy, 1776 - 1864
In 1448, William, the son of William Bulkeley the elder, married Alice, daughter of Bartholomew de Bolde, and it was this all-important marriage that laid the foundation of the compact Bulkeley possessions in the two commotes of Isaf and Uchaf in Arllechwedd.
www.amlwchdata.co.uk /amlwch_at_bangor_university.htm   (13631 words)

 The Church in Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Saunders Davies, Bishop of Bangor has announced, in a statement read out in all parishes in the diocese of Bangor today (Sunday 30th November 2003), that he is to retire.
It was a privilege to be elected in 1999 to serve as Bishop of Bangor and I have appreciated the prayers of the clergy and laity and their partnership in mission and ministry has been invaluable.
Bishop and Mrs Davies intend to retire to Cardigan, within sight of their native Pembrokeshire.
www.churchinwales.org.uk /press/0193e.html   (583 words)

 Bangorian_Controversy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Benjamin Hoadly, the Bishop of Bangor, wrote a reply entitled, Preservative against the Principles and Practices of Non-Jurors, in which his own Erastian position was sincerely proposed as the only test of truth.
William Law (Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor) and Thomas Sherlock (dean of Chichester), in particular, gave vigorous defenses of church polity.
On the one hand, there was a vision of God appointing the king and the bishops to be leaders, selecting them from all others and imbuing them with special characters, either through grace or in creation.
www.tuxedo-shop.com /search.php?title=Bangorian_Controversy   (548 words)

 Benjamin Hoadly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Benjamin Hoadly (1676- 1761), British bishop of Bangor, Hereford, Salisbury, and Winchester, famous for initiating the Bangorian Controversy.
When George I acceded, he became chaplain to the king and made bishop of Bangor in 1716.
During his time as bishop, he rarely even visited his dioceses and lived, instead, in London, where he was very active in politics.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Benjamin_Hoadley   (292 words)

 §5. Law’s Controversial Writings against Hoadly, Mandeville and Tindal. XII. William Law and the Mystics. ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Feeling naturally ran very high when, in answer to the posthumous papers of George Hickes, 16 the non-juring bishop, who charged the church with schism, Benjamin Hoadly, bishop of Bangor, the king’s chaplain, came forward as champion of the crown and church.
Hoadly’s pamphlet and sermon raised a cloud of controversy; 17 but by far the ablest answer he received on the part of the non-jurors was that contained in Law’s Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor (1717–19).
The bishop never replied to Law, and, indeed, he gave strong proof of his acuteness by leaving his brilliant young opponent severely alone.
www.bartleby.com /219/1205.html   (1172 words)

 Law's Defence of Church Principles, Preface and Introduction
Bishop Hoadly was a controversialist on the Whig side of politics in the era of the Non-jurors.
Hoadly was a Latitudinarian and became Bishop of Bangor following the accession of George I to the English throne in 1714.
He is not concerned with demonstrating the first principles of churchmanship, so much as with convicting the Bishop of loose thought and language, inconsistency with himself, inconsistency between his civil and ecclesiastical principles in the matter of authority, inconsistency between his own opinions and the language of the Church which he is bound to use.
anglicanhistory.org /nonjurors/law/law1.html   (6315 words)

 BBC NEWS | Wales | North West Wales | Bishop stands down after 40 years   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Bishop of Bangor has announced his retirement after serving the ministry for 40 years.
Bishop Davies, intends to retire to Cardigan with his wife and spend more time with his family.
In 1993 he was appointed Archdeacon of Meirionnydd and Rector of Criccieth with Treflys, and he held this post until his consecration and enthronement as Bishop of Bangor in January 2000. /1/low/wales/north_west/3251350.stm   (364 words)

 icWales - Confusion as Church fails to appoint bishop
The bench of bishops will make the final decision, but with the absence of any clear front-runner, parishioners are left with no idea which one of the many eligible candidates will be chosen.
The retiring bishop, the Rt Rev Saunders Davies, was noted for his ability to maintain friendships across the Anglican ideological spectrum.
Bishop Davies helped the university and the church to together develop the popular Exploring Faith course.
icwales.icnetwork.co.uk /0100news/0600uk/tm_objectid%3D14117991%26method%3Dfull%26siteid%3D50082%26headline%3Dconfusion-as-church-fails-to-appoint-bishop-name_page.html   (578 words)

 GENUKI: Bangor - Bibliography
Bangor : The Church of Saint James, 1973.
The Bangor bishop and benefactor : [Henry Rowland].
Y trigain mlynedd hyn yn hanes Coleg y Bedyddwyr Bangor = 1892-1952 : anerchiadau a draddodwyd yn y Cyfarfod Dathlu a gynhaliwyd yng Nghapel Penrallt, Mehefin 11, 1952.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/wal/CAE/Bangor/Biblio.html   (393 words)

 Britannia Biographies: Benjamin Hoadley, Bishop of Winchester and Bishop of Bangor
Britannia Biographies: Benjamin Hoadley, Bishop of Winchester and Bishop of Bangor
In 1715, King George I made Hoadley Bishop of Bangor, which See, however (it is said, from an apprehension of party fury), he never visited.
Bishop Hoadley was the brother of John Hoadley, Archbishop of Armagh.
www.britannia.com /bios/bhoadley.html   (351 words)

 The Church in Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
At a press conference held today at the Church in Wales’; provincial offices in Cardiff (11:00am, Tuesday 4th May 2004), the result of the episcopal election to choose the 80th Bishop of Bangor was announced.
In the period since the Bangor electoral college in mid-March, the Bench of Bishops of the Church in Wales have been working hard on drawing up a set of competencies and abilities which they considered essential for the role of Bishop of Bangor.
At the end of that process, the Bench of Bishops were unanimous in believing that Archdeacon Anthony Crockett was the person who best fitted the requirements to be the next Bishop of Bangor.
www.churchinwales.org.uk /press/0226e.html   (565 words)

 Church of Ireland Gazette - World News - 14th May 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The election was by the Welsh bishops as the electoral college failed to agree on a candidate by a two-thirds majority.
Dr Morgan told the press conference that the Bench of Bishops had been unanimous in believing that Archdeacon Crockett was the person who best fitted the requirements to be the next Bishop of Bangor, adding that he was “delighted” to be introducing him.
The BBC reported that Archdeacon Crockett is the first divorced person in the UK to be appointed as a bishop and quoted one rector in the Diocese of Bangor who said that some members of the diocese were dissatisfied with the choice and were threatening to boycott the ordination.
gazette.ireland.anglican.org /140504/world140504.htm   (772 words)

 Ancestors of The Right Rev'd. Dr. Lewis BAYLY Dd   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
He rather belied the Practice of Piety as bishop by taking unto himself an inordinate number of livings ‘in commendam’ and by promoting both his son John and his son-in-law Dr. William Hill from one good benefice to another, and that within short periods of time.
The bishop had seriously underestimated the power of the Llyn faction, for they not only easily won the election of 1620, but carried the war into Court circles and the debates of Parliament.
His second wife was Anna daughter of Sir Henry Bagenal of Castle.Newry in Ireland and Plas Newydd in Anglesey; his grandson EDWARD BAYLY succeeded to the Plas Newydd estate; and his grandson HENRY BAYLY took the name and arms of Paget (as 9th baron), and was the father of the 1st marquis of Anglesey.
www.potts.net.au /data/1.htm   (393 words)

 Year 1920, May-June, Bishop Events [Catholic-Hierarchy]
Bishop of Lausanne, Genève et Fribourg (Freiburg), Switzerland
Bishop Emeritus of Chonju [Jeon Ju], Korea (South)
Bishop Emeritus of Mostar-Duvno (-Trebinje e Mrkan), Bosnia and Herzegovina
www.catholic-hierarchy.org /events/b1920c.html   (292 words)

 GENUKI: Heneglwys
The living is a rectory with the curacy of Trêwalchmai annexed, in the diocese of Bangor, value £383, in the patronage of the Bishop of Bangor.
The living is a discharged rectory, with the perpetual curacy of Trevwalchmai annexed, in the archdeaconry of Anglesey, and diocese of Bangor, rated in the king's books at £9.
4., and in the patronage of the Bishop of Bangor.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/wal/AGY/Heneglwys   (395 words)

 Diocese of Bangor -
The new Bishop of Bangor, the Rt Revd Anthony Crockett, has been consecrated bishop at Llandaff Cathedral.
The consecration took place at Llandaff rather than Bangor because at present Llandaff Cathedral is the metropolitical Cathedral of the Church in Wales, since Most Rev Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, is also Bishop of the diocese of Llandaff.
Fifty-eight year old Phillip Anthony Crockett was ordained in 1971 and served curacies in Aberdare and in the parish of Whitchurch in Cardiff.
www.esgobaethbangordiocese.org /news/newsitems/CrocketElection.htm   (284 words)

Anian (1267-1305), who, as Bishop of Bangor, baptized Edward II took the chief part in rebuilding the cathedral.
On the translation of Bishop Penny to Carlisle, Bangor was entrusted to Thomas Skevington, or Pace (1509-33), who of all its bishops did most for it.
Walcott, Memorials of Bangor (1860); Willis, Survey of Bangor (1721); Godwin, De praesulibus Angliae (1743); Winkle, Cathedral Churches of England and Wales (London, 1860), III, 153; Dict.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02249b.htm   (839 words)

 Berkshire History: Biographies: Cadwgan, Bishop of Bangor (d.1241)
He appears to have been something of a dodgy character and was removed from office at Whitland during fraud investigations into wool sales by a party from Clairvaux.
However, in 1215, Cadwgan managed to gain appointment to the vacant see of Bangor before the Archbishop of Canterbury was made fully aware of the situation.
His episcopacy seems to have been unremarkable, although he was a famous theologian and wrote a number of spiritual tracts and commentaries, as well as a penitential, while in office.
www.berkshirehistory.com /bios/cadwgan.html   (290 words)

 ‘+Binnie’ R   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Five years later, he was elected as Bishop of Swansea and Brecon in succession to my father.
He delivered his final presidential address to the Swansea and Brecon diocesan conference later that autumn, and I for one was greatly moved by the way he described his spiritual odyssey from an evangelical to a catholic position.
Bishop Benjamin was a true pastor: he really loved other people.
www.credcym.clara.net /Prov19/Obituary.htm   (485 words)

 The Archbishop of Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Barry Morgan was born in 1947 in Neath.
Subsequent appointments include: Warden of Church Hostel Bangor; Chaplain and Lecturer in Theology, at the University of Wales Bangor; Director of Ordinands and In-service training advisor in the diocese of Bangor; and Rector of Wrexham.
He was elected and consecrated Bishop of Bangor in 1993 and in 1999 was elected Bishop of Llandaff.
www.churchinwales.org.uk /archbishop/index.html   (314 words)

 William Law   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The first of his controversial works was Three Letters to the Bishop of Bangor (1717), which were considered by friend and foe alike as one of the most powerful contributions to the Bangorian controversy on the high church side.
Law's next controversial work was Remarks on Mandeville's Fable of the Bees (1723), in which he vindicates morality on the highest grounds; for pure style, caustic wit and lucid argument this work is remarkable; it was enthusiastically praised by John Sterling, and republished by FD Maurice.
Samuel Johnson, Gibbon, Lord Lyttelton and Bishop Home all spoke enthusiastically of its merits; and it is still the only work by which its author is popularly known.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/william_law   (1064 words)

 BBC NEWS | Wales | North West Wales | 'Lock-in' ends without decision   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
A closed meeting of leading church figures at Bangor Cathedral has ended without them choosing a new bishop for the diocese.
It's the first time that the bench of bishops has been called on to make the decision.
"Consequently, the on-going process of discernment as to the best person to become the next Bishop of Bangor becomes one for the bench of bishops of the Church in Wales," said church spokesman Siôn Brynach. /1/low/wales/north_west/3516182.stm   (261 words)

 HMS Conway
When the windows faced the Bangor side the view was of mud flats at low tide with the forlorn sternpost of the last occupant of this mooring – the reform ship Clio.
In the case of some of the cadets they were almost right as some were a little wayward and had been sent to the Conway by their parents for the strict discipline.) When looking at the Anglesey shore one saw a heavily treed vista of green where substantial mansions peeped from the vegetation.
The shallows extended out from the Bangor shore to within a cable or so of the Conway and at Low Water Springs there was little clearance when she swung to the flood.
www.hmsconway.org /history_bangor.html   (13589 words)

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