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JOHN PAUL
PROCESSION
CELEBRATING
SAINT PATRICK
PRESIDING BISHOP
EASTERN ORTHODOX
OWN DIOCESE
ARMS
SYMBOL
PASTORAL
ORDINATION
STAFF
CROOK
BISHOPS
ANGLICAN BISHOPS
LOCAL BISHOP
ABBOTS
ABBOT
ABBESSES
ABBESS
MONASTIC COMMUNITY
BISHOP
MITRE
CROSIER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. A crosier (crozier, pastoral staff) is the stylized staff of office carried by high-ranking Catholic prelates.
  2. A crosier was also carried on some occasions by the pope, beginning in the early days of the church. (Web site)
  3. Crosier is a graduate of the University of Virginia.
  4. The crosier is used in ecclesiastical heraldry to represent pastoral authority in the coats of arms of cardinals, bishops, abbots and abbesses. (Web site)
  5. The crosier is conferred upon the Bishop during the liturgy of ordination to the episcopacy.

John Paul

  1. It was later revived; John Paul II is often seen using a crosier after the archbishop's style. (Web site)

Procession

  1. In Anglican tradition the crosier may be carried by someone else before the bishop in procession. (Web site)
  2. Crosier: The bishop's staff (a shepherd's crook) carried in a procession and held when giving the absolution or blessing.

Celebrating

  1. In any liturgical gathering of Latin Rite bishops, only the celebrating (not concelebrating) bishop carries the crosier.

Saint Patrick

  1. During the baptism, Saint Patrick accidentally pierced Aengus' foot with his crosier.

Presiding Bishop

  1. The Presiding Bishop also bears a crosier. (Web site)

Eastern Orthodox

  1. The Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Rite Catholic crosier, is found in two common forms. (Web site)

Own Diocese

  1. A bishop bears the crosier whenever he is present for church services outside the altar, whether in his own diocese or not, even if he is not serving.
  2. Within his own diocese and when celebrating solemnly elsewhere with the consent of the local ordinary, he also uses the crosier.

Arms

  1. An Eastern bishop's coat of arms will normally display an Eastern-style mitre, cross, eastern style crosier and a red and white (or red and gold) mantle.

Symbol

  1. The crosier is a symbol of authority and jurisdiction.

Pastoral

  1. Wikipedia English The Free Encyclopedia Download this dictionary Croziers Not to be mistaken for crosier (religious or pastoral).

Ordination

  1. The crosier is conferred upon ordination into office.

Staff

  1. Crosier (pastoral staff): The staff which a bishop carries when he presides at the liturgy. (Web site)

Crook

  1. Paul VI introduced the pastoral staff, which the popes have used in the same manner as the crosier, except that it is not a crook but a crucifix on a staff.

Bishops

  1. Bishops carry a crosier as the sign of their ministry, and, on formal occasions, often wear a mitre and cope.

Anglican Bishops

  1. Anglican bishops generally make use of the mitre, crosier, ecclesiastical ring, purple cassock, purple zucchetto, and pectoral cross.

Local Bishop

  1. He may also carry the crosier if the celebration is within his own diocese or if he is celebrating solemnly elsewhere with the consent of the local bishop.

Abbots

  1. The King renounced investiture of bishops and abbots with the ring and crosier (staff), the symbols of their office. (Web site)

Abbot

  1. They may also be made of wood, though this is more common of the crosier carried by an abbot than of a bishop. (Web site)
  2. Mitre, crosier and ring are bestowed on an abbot at his blessing and the pectoral cross is a customary part of an abbatial habit.

Abbesses

  1. The crosier is used in ecclesiastical heraldry to represent pastoral authority in the arms of cardinals, bishops, abbots and abbesses.

Abbess

  1. Apparently even the abbess of a religious order and Our Lady of Good Success are entitled to carry the crosier. (Web site)

Monastic Community

  1. An Eastern Orthodox or Eastern Rite Catholic archimandrite (high-ranking abbot) or abbess who leads a monastic community also bears a crosier.

Bishop

  1. Symbol of office The crosier is the symbol of the governing office of the Bishop.
  2. New bishop for Juneau Diocese: The Archbishop of Anchorage, Roger Schwietz, left, hands Bishop Edward Burns the crosier, a sign of his pastoral office.
  3. The Caeremoniale Episcoporum states that the bishop holds the crosier with the crook towards the people or forward. (Web site)

Mitre

  1. Traditionally, a number of items are associated with the office of a bishop, most notably the mitre, crosier, and episcopal ring. (Web site)
  2. Anglican bishops generally make use of the mitre, crosier, episcopal ring, purple cassock, purple zuchetto, and pectoral cross. (Web site)
  3. Traditionally, a number of items are associated with the office of a bishop, most notably the mitre, crosier, and ecclesiastical ring.

Crosier

  1. An Eastern archimandrite (high-ranking abbot), hegumen (abbot) or hegumenia (abbess) who leads a monastic community also bears a crosier. (Web site)
  2. As in the Latin Rite, an hegumen (abbot) is presented with his crosier by the local bishop.
  3. Dress and Insignia Traditionally, a number of items are associated with the office of a bishop, most notably the mitre, crosier, and ecclesiastical ring. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Mitre
  2. Religion > Christianity > Christians > Bishop
  3. People > Men > Monks > Hegumen
  4. Monastic Community
  5. People > Women > Nuns > Abbess
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