cathedra

[n] - a throne that is the official chair of a bishop
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Cathedra

Cath'e·dra noun [ Latin , from Greek ... seat. See Chair .] The official chair or throne of a bishop, or of any person in high authority. Ex cathedra [ Latin , from the chair], in the exercise of one's office; with authority. « The Vatican Council declares that the ...
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cathedra

bishop`s throne noun a throne that is the official chair of a bishop
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Cathedra

• (n.) The official chair or throne of a bishop, or of any person in high authority.
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cathedra

(Latin: `chair,` or `seat`), Roman chair of heavy structure derived from the klismos—a lighter, more delicate chair developed by the ancient Greeks.[1 related articles]
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Cathedra

A cathedra (Latin, `chair`, from Greek, καθέδρα kathédra, `seat`) or bishop`s throne is the seat of a bishop. It is a symbol of the bishop`s teaching authority in the Catholic Church, the Orthodox Church, and in the Anglican Communion churches. Cathedra is the Latin word for a chair with armrests, and it appears in early Christian li...
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Cathedra

Seat, symbol of authority and teaching. We talk about the Cathedra of Peter with reference to the doctrinal authority of the Pope and Episcopal Cathedra to indicate the seat of the bishop in the cathedral, the symbol of his doctrinal authority
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cathedra

chair or throne of office for a bishop or other high official
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Cathedra

the archbishop's chair. It is the symbol of his role of chief teacher and priest of the local church. The word is Greek and means chair. The word cathedral comes from cathedra, meaning, literally, chair of the bishop.
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