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Definitions

  1. A cathedra (Latin, "chair", from Greek, kathedra, "seat") is the chair or throne of a bishop. (Web site)
  2. Ex Cathedra was founded in Birmingham in 1969 by Jeffrey Skidmore, who is its artistic director and conductor. (Web site)
  3. The cathedra was produced about the same time as the piazza, and the contrast between these two works shows Bernini's versatility. (Web site)

Right

  1. Looking up above the Cathedra of the See of Chicago are the galeros of, from left to right, Cardinals Meyer, Bernardin, Mundelein, Cody and Stritch.

Canterbury

  1. He also has lodgings in the Old Palace, Canterbury, located beside Canterbury Cathedral, where his cathedra sits.

Chair

  1. The word cathedral is derived from the Latin noun "cathedra" (seat or chair), and refers to the presence of the bishop's or archbishop's chair or throne. (Web site)

Particular Church

  1. In this case the particular church is the diocese of Rome and the "vacant seat" is the cathedra of Saint John Lateran. (Web site)

Bishop

  1. Cathedra - the special chair that a bishop sits in during a church service: The Bishop's Cathedra. (Web site)
  2. The word cathedral comes from cathedra, meaning, literally, chair of the bishop. (Web site)
  3. If a bishop builds a new sobor for his cathedra, the old church retains its status of a sobor. (Web site)

Cathedra

  1. Cathedra: A Greek word for chair, designating the chair or seat of a bishop in the principal church of his diocese, which is therefore called a cathedral.
  2. The throne of a bishop is called a cathedra and the church in which it is maintained is thus a cathedral. (Web site)
  3. A cathedra (Latin, "chair", from Greek, kathedra, "seat") is the chair or throne of a bishop. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Ex Cathedra
  2. Religion > Christianity > Christians > Bishop
  3. Thought > Belief > God > Church Service
  4. Particular Church
  5. Cathedral
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