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  Bishop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A suffragan bishop is a bishop subordinate to a Metropolitan.
An auxiliary bishop is a full-time assistant to a diocesan bishop (the Roman Catholic equivalent of an Anglican suffragan bishop).
An antimension signed by the bishop is kept on the altar partly as a reminder of whose altar it is and under whose omophorion the priest at a local parish is serving.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishop   (4133 words)

 Bishop (chess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The bishop with the deep groove symbolizes a bishops (or abbots) mitre (or miter).
Because the bishop has access to only thirty-two squares of the board, it is rather weaker than the rook to which all sixty-four squares of the board are accessible.
Bishops gain in relative strength towards the endgame as more and more pieces are traded, and lines open up on which they can operate.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishop_(chess)   (1094 words)

 Bishop (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bishop was a member of the Xavier Security Enforcers, a mutant police force from a dystopian future of the Marvel universe.
Bishop and his XSE group "Omega Squad" captured Trevor Fitzroy, a murderous ex-XSE trainee in the ruins of the Xavier Institute War Room, where Bishop found a damaged recording of Jean Grey, which said something about a traitor destroying the X-Men from inside.
Bishop's mutant ability enables him to absorb all forms of energy and release that energy as a burst of concussive force.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bishop_(comics)   (1570 words)

By Ignatius the bishop is regarded as the centre of unity; to Irenaeus he is the depositary of primitive truth; to Cyprian, he is the absolute vicegerent of Christ in things spiritual (Lightfoot, The Christian Ministry, 181-269, in his commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians, London, 1896).
One of the gravest was the interference of the lay authority in the election of bishops.
Bishops, in effect, are bound by the Divine law to implore the help of God for the faithful committed to their care.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/02581b.htm   (8593 words)

 Bishop Accountability
But if Bishop Murphy is keeping score, he will take serious note of still another flood of letters from almost a thousand priests from all across the country urging the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to begin a serious national dialogue on the critical need to ordain married men to the priesthood.
Bishops everywhere are under intense public pressure to rid the church of priests who have abused minors.
Bishop Murphy has faced controversy almost from the start of his tenure in 2001 as the spiritual leader of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, which covers Nassau and Suffolk Counties, comprises 134 parishes and is among the nation's wealthiest dioceses.
www.bishop-accountability.org /ten-minute-activist/2004-01-23-PriestsLetters/Priest-Murphy-Meeting.htm   (5140 words)

Bishop Williams, 65, denied the allegations and said he was stepping aside for the good of his diocese and the church.
Bishop Lynch is alleged to have made advances after Bill Urbanski joined the diocese in the late 1990s.
The bishop said the matter was a misunderstanding and described the settlement as a severance package.
www.sandiegosnap.org /BishopList.html   (1312 words)

 Bishop - OrthodoxWiki
The Bishop is the first and highest degree of the clergy in the Orthodox Church (episkopos in Greek, which means overseer).
In the Church of Antioch, a bishop who is in charge of a newly-created diocese on behalf of, and under the supervision of, the Patriarch of Antioch is called a Patriarchal Vicar.
Bishop Tikhon (Fitzgerald) of San Francisco and the West (OCA) wrote a short memo on the Conventions of writing to a hierarch.
www.orthodoxwiki.org /Bishop   (686 words)

 Gospel Link
Receiving a call to be a bishop is often a powerfully spiritual experience for a man as he realizes the awesome responsibility and feels the spirit confirm the importance of the call.
The bishop is sustained by a vote of the congregation, after which he is ordained and set apart to this holy office by the laying-on of hands generally by the stake president under assignment from the First Presidency.
The bishop is automatically president of the quorum of priests in his ward, which generally consists of young men ages sixteen through eighteen.
ldsfaq.byu.edu /emmain.asp?number=30   (1238 words)

 Elizabeth Bishop at Vassar College   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Leaving Santos, Bishop stopped in Rio de Janeiro to visit acquaintances she had met some years before, including the lively, cosmopolitan, well-connected Lota de Macedo Soares, who was at the time overseeing construction of a high-modernist home in the mountains near Petrópolis, north of Rio.
By fortuitous misfortune, Bishop was stricken with a severe allergic reaction to the fruit of the cashew nut that delayed her departure — a delay that stretched into some seventeen years' residence in Brazil.
Bishop loved country life, rural people and folk traditions, and was charmed by Lota's wit and eclectic knowledge of the arts and architecture.
projects.vassar.edu /bishop   (1881 words)

 Bishop Animal Shelter
It was decided by the Bishops to be the perfect place for the increasing number of homeless dogs in the county.
The Bishop Planetarium at the South Florida Museum was built with Bishop donations and both the Manatee Players and the Manatee County Art League were recipients of funding.
Bishop worked as a volunteer nurse at the Bradenton General Hospital and attended operations performed by Dr William D. Sugg in the late 1940's and early 1950's.
www.bishop-spca.org   (473 words)

 Diocese of Belleville, IL
Bishop Edward K. Braxton was born on June 28, 1944 in Chicago, Ill., the third of five children of Mr.
Bishop Braxton was ordained a bishop in the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis by Archbishop (now Cardinal) Justin Rigali on May 17, 1995, the 25 th anniversary of his First Mass.
Bishop Braxton was responsible for the erection of Wiktor Szostolo's well-known sculpture, "The Angel of Harmony" next to the St. Louis Cathedral on Lindell Blvd. The face of the majestic angel with wings made of wind chimes is that of the Bishop's brother, Lawrence.
www.diobelle.org /directory/leadership/bishop.html   (1941 words)

 bishop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Bishop is a (LGPL'd) MVC based framework intended to be used with java servlet applications.
Bishop calls the model's methods as the model designer implemented them, so there is no need for a global Hashtable that contain the application's variables.
Bishop keeps the state of the client's view so that it is possible for a request to only update a small portion of the whole view.
bishop.sourceforge.net   (322 words)

 Bishop (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
In apostolic times, it is quite manifest that there was no difference as to order between bishops and elders or presbyters (Acts 20:17-28; 1 Pet.
The term bishop is never once used to denote a different office from that of elder or presbyter.
These different names are simply titles of the same office, "bishop" designating the function, namely, that of oversight, and "presbyter" the dignity appertaining to the office.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/bishop.html   (80 words)

 William Bishop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Bishop attended the Royal Military College before joining the 8th Canadian Mounted Rifles at the beginning of the war.
Bishop was the brother-in-law of Canadian ace Henry Burden.
Captain Bishop, who had been sent out to work independently, flew first of all to an enemy aerodrome; finding no machine about, he flew on to another aerodrome about three miles south-east, which was at least twelve miles the other side of the line.
www.theaerodrome.com /aces/canada/bishop.html   (866 words)

 Biography of Bishop John M. Smith
Bishop Smith served as assistant chancellor of the Archdiocese of Newark, defender of the bond in the Archdiocesan Matrimonial Tribunal, and Archdiocesan Coordinator of the English Cursillo Movement.
Bishop Smith was a visiting professor in pastoral theology at Immaculate Conception Seminary, served six years as an elected representative on the Newark Archdiocesan Council of Priests, and three years as Dean of Central Bergen County.
Bishop Smith was appointed the Third Bishop of the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee in Florida by Pope John Paul II on June 25, 1991, and was installed on July 31, 1991.
www.dioceseoftrenton.org /diocese/biography.asp   (827 words)

 Bishop Accountability
Kos, who is a free-lance paralegal in San Diego, never attended the trial, although he sent a letter to Bishop Grahmann last month in which he chided the diocese for not supporting him financially and denied the sexual abuse allegations.
He wrote in the letter to Bishop Grahmann in June 1992 that he had met with the No. 2 diocese official at the time, Monsignor Robert Rehkemper, in late 1991 to complain of the sleepovers.
The bishop is among trustees of the organization, which awards most of its grants to Catholic schools, churches and other institutions.
www.bishop-accountability.org /tx-dallas/Dallas-1997-07-b.htm   (8941 words)

Bishop and his sister Shard were both born in one of the "mutant relocation camps." Like other mutants they were branded with "M" tattoos over their right eyes for identification.
Bishop accepted on the condition that Shard be accepted in the XSE as well.
Bishop almost killed the terrorist before she opened an airlock and was blown into space.
www.marveldirectory.com /individuals/b/bishop.htm   (924 words)

 Bishop State Community College - Student Services
Tuition and fees at Bishop State are among the lowest on the Gulf Coast.
The mission of Bishop State Community College is to provide high-quality educational opportunities and services that are responsive to individual and community needs for the citizenry of Mobile and Washington Counties at an affordable cost.
It is the official policy of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education and Bishop State Community College that no persons shall, on the basis of race, color, disability, sex, religion, creed, national origin, or age be excluded from participation, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or employment.
www.bishop.edu /stu_serv.htm   (2257 words)

 The Academy of American Poets - Elizabeth Bishop
Elizabeth Bishop was born in 1911 in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Unlike her contemporary and good friend Robert Lowell, who wrote in the "confessional" style, Bishop's poetry avoids explicit accounts of her personal life, and focuses instead with great subtlety on her impressions of the physical world.
Elizabeth Bishop was awarded the Fellowship of The Academy of American Poets in 1964 and served as a Chancellor from 1966 to 1979.
www.poets.org /poet.php/prmPID/7   (444 words)

 Bishop Hoshibata
This is the PDF version of the Bishop's E-lumination inviting Oregon-Idaho members to Annual Conference.
Bishop Hoshibata invites Oregon-Idaho members to the 38th Session of Annual Conference to take place in Nampa, Idaho on June 7-10, 2006.
Bishop Hoshibata announces a major effort to end hunger in the Oregon-Idaho Annual Conference.
www.umoi.net /artman/publish/bishop.shtml   (215 words)

 Joey Bishop Description @ LocalColorArt.com (Local Color Art)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
Joey Bishop (born Joseph Abraham Gottlieb on February 3, 1918 in The Bronx, New York, USA) is an American actor.
Joey Bishop appeared on television as early as 1948 and was a frequent guest on television talk shows, game shows, and comedy shows.
He is listed as #96 on Comedy Central's list of the 100 greatest standups of all time.
localcolorart.com /encyclopedia/Joey_Bishop   (365 words)

 Dear Friends   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
The EPA has not established a federal regulation specifying safe amounts of perchlorate in drinking water and the harmful effects of perchlorate consumption, especially for vulnerable populations such as pregnant women and young children...MORE...
Congressman Tim Bishop (at podium) and Assemblyman Marc Alessi held an event on Friday to discuss steps on the Federal and State level to help drivers pay the high cost of gas, now and in the future.
Bishop and Alessi have been fighting for Long Island’s consumers by proposing legislation and calling on the government to curb price gouging and develop a roadmap for greater energy independence at the state and local levels...MORE...
wwwc.house.gov /timbishop   (611 words)

 The Sierra Web | Bishop, California
Bishop sits directly in the center of an incredible area of natural beauty, providing easy access to a multitude of cool recreation activities.
If you're interested in trout, fish year-round in the world-famous Owens river, and during the summer in nearby Crowley Lake, Hot Creek, and dozens of other lakes, rivers, and creeks within a short drive.
There's good reason why Bishop was named one of "America's Coolest Mountain Towns" in Men's Journal magazine (Aug. '96).
www.thesierraweb.com /bishop   (321 words)

 Catholic Sex Abuse Archive. Data on bishops, priests; Lennon, Richard Lennon, Bishop Lennon, Cleveland, Cardinal ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-20)
It is a matter of public record that U.S. bishops have knowingly transferred thousands of abusive priests into unsuspecting parishes and dioceses, placing fear of "scandal" ahead of the welfare of children.
The bishops themselves have apologized for what they call their "mistake," but they say nothing about the crucial actions that constitute accountability.
Furthering the accountability of bishops through the posting of a complete public record of this crisis is our sole mission.
bishop-accountability.org /.../Priest-Murphy-Meeting.htm   (1580 words)

 Joseph L. Bishop
William P. Bishop may have participated in the battles of Poison Springs, Arkansas and Marks' Mills, Arkansas Under the command of Allen T. Pettus and William H. Trader.
In 1884, Joseph and Mary Bishop moved near the town of Junction, along Cajack Creek in Kimble County, Texas and were neighbors of Mary Bishop's older brother, Colonel John Griffith (see biography of Colonel John Griffith) on a nearby ranch.
Private Joseph L. Bishop died on December 1, 1930 and was buried in the Junction Cemetery.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/1117/j_bishop.html   (904 words)

Elizabeth Bishop, born in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1911, had a difficult childhood: her father died when she was very young, and while still in early childhood her mother was permanently hospitalized in a sanitarium.
Bishop was Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress [the equivalent to what is now called the Poet Laureate] in 1949-50.
Elizabeth Bishop reads her poem "Manuelzinho." Be careful: thje poem is in two files, and you must listen to both to hear the whole thing.
www.uvm.edu /~sgutman/Bishop.html   (517 words)

 Intolerant bishop | The San Diego Union-Tribune
His highly rare decision to deny a Catholic burial to a gay businessman who owned a gay-oriented nightclub sends a message that is the sheer antithesis of charity and tolerance.
In our view, the real scandal is Bishop Brom's narrow-minded ostracism of McCusker after the family arranged for his funeral at the Immaculata Catholic Church at the University of San Diego, which McCusker had attended.
Bishop Brom's decree runs counter to the wisdom of St. Augustine, the 5th century bishop of Hippo, who wrote, Cum dilectione hominum et odio vitiorum: "With love for mankind and hatred for sins."
www.signonsandiego.com /uniontrib/20050319/news_lz1ed19top.html   (282 words)

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