Archbishop

[disambiguation] An archbishop is a type of priest. Most archbishops are referred to in terms of the area for which they are responsible. Archbishop may also refer to: ...
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Archbishop

[dinosaur] `The Archbishop` is a giant brachiosaurid sauropod dinosaur similar to Brachiosaurus and Giraffatitan. It was long considered a specimen of Brachiosaurus (now Giraffatitan) brancai due to being found in the same formation in Tendaguru, Tanzania. However, the `Archbishop` shows significant differences including a unique vertebral ...
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archbishop

[n] - a bishop of highest rank
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archbishop

In the Christian church, a bishop of superior rank who has authority over other bishops in his jurisdiction and often over an ecclesiastical province. The office exists in the Roman Catholic,...
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Archbishop

(Derived from a Greek word for 'chief overseer'). A bishop who has administrative responsibilities over an archdiocese.
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Archbishop

Arch`bish'op noun [ Anglo-Saxon arcebisceop , arcebiscop , Latin archiepiscopus , from Greek 'archiepi`skopos . See Bishop .] A chief bishop; a church dignitary of the first class (often called a metropolitan or primate) who superintends the conduct of the suffrag...
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archbishop

noun a bishop of highest rank
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Archbishop

• (n.) A chief bishop; a church dignitary of the first class (often called a metropolitan or primate) who superintends the conduct of the suffragan bishops in his province, and also exercises episcopal authority in his own diocese.
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archbishop

in the Christian church, a bishop who, in addition to his ordinary episcopal authority in his own diocese, usually has jurisdiction (but no ... [8 related articles]
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archbishop

archbishop, archbishopric 1. A bishop of the highest rank, who heads an archdiocese or an ecclesiastical province. 2. The chief bishop; the highest dignitary in an episcopal church, superintending the bishops of his province; a metropolitan.
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Archbishop

An archbishop is a chief bishop.
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archbishop

In the Christian church, a bishop of superior rank who has authority over other bishops in his jurisdiction and often over an ecclesiastical province. The office exists in the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican churches
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Archbishop

In many denominations of the Christian religion, an archbishop (p, via Latin archiepiscopus, from Greek ἀρχιεπίσκοπος, from ἀρχι-, `chief`, and ἐπίσκοπος, `bishop`) is a bishop of higher rank. Like popes, patriarchs, metropolitans, cardinal bishops, diocesan bishops, suffragan bishops, etc., archbishops belong to t...
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Archbishop

Is the bishop at the head of an Archdiocese. Also known as a metropolitan bishop or simply metropolitan. He has no jurisdiction other than over his own diocese
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Archbishop

A clergyperson who is responsible for a group of diocese.
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Archbishop

The bishop of an Archdiocese. The archbishop’s power extends over an ecclesiastical province, not just a diocese. Catholic Churches, Eastern Orthodox Churches, and Anglican Churches maintain these hierarchal positions, although the jurisdiction, positional rank and specific role of the archbishop differs by tradition (Reid et al. 1990
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