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Roman Catholic Bishops

  1. A few others derive their orders from Roman Catholic bishops that have consecrated their own bishops after disputes with the Holy See.
  2. Thus thundered the bishop of Hong Kong, Cardinal Joseph Zen, in a growing dispute over the appointment of Roman Catholic bishops in China. (Web site)
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  1. Archbishops are allowed ten tassles a side on their Coat Of Arms , while a bishop only receives six.
  2. Archbishops are allowed ten tassles a side on their coat of arms, while a simple bishop only receives six. (Web site)
  3. Archbishops are as a rule only titular, without any suffragans, but with their own diocese, the same as most of the Catholic metropolitans in the East. (Web site)
  4. The archbishops were not evangelicals, who accounted for fully a quarter of the parishes of the Church of England at the time.(Balleine p.


  1. Adalbert is one of fathers and progenitors of consciencous thinking of Europe as one Christian country. (Web site)
  2. Adalbert was a French pseudo-mystic who claimed he could foretell the future and read thoughts.
  3. Adalbert was a well-educated man, having studied for about ten years (970-80) in Magdeburg under Saint Adalbert of Magdeburg. (Web site)
  4. Adalbert was an early evangelist (10th century) who travelled extensively throughout Poland and Russia. (Web site)
  5. Adalbert was born of a noble family in Bohemia in 956, Adalbert was given the name of Wojciech at baptism. (Web site)


  1. Ardengus was a bishop of Florence, beginning in 1231. (Web site)

Augustine of Hippo

  1. Augustine of Hippo is a giant in the history of Christian thought, commended by St Jerome for having virtually 're-founded the old faith'.
  2. Augustine of Hippo is an example of a bishop who acted as an able administrator.


  1. Bruno was Bishop of Augsburg from 1006 or 1007 until 1029 . (Web site)
  2. Bruno is the latinized version of the Germanic male given name Brun. (Web site)
  3. Bruno was from a noble family of Querfurt, Saxony. (Web site)

Christian of Oliva

  1. Christian of Oliva was the first bishop of Prussia before the Bishopric of Prussia was divided.
  2. Christian of Oliva was the first bishop of Prussia.

Clarence Richard Silva

  1. Clarence Richard Silva, fifth Bishop of Honolulu, is the current pastor.
  2. Clarence Richard Silva, appointed originally by Benedict XVI (18), consecrated in 2005 (priest of the Diocese of Oakland). (Web site)
  3. Larry Silva (actor) A Filipino Actor Clarence Richard Silva, the Bishop of Honolulu This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title.

Clement Smyth

  1. From 1859 to 1865, the Bishop of Dubuque was Clement Smyth, OCSO. He oversaw continued expansion of the Catholic church in the diocese. (Web site)
  2. The remains of Bishops Mathias Loras, Clement Smyth, and Hennessy were brought to the Cathedral and buried in this new chapel, which was completed in 1902.
  3. Father Clement Smyth, the third superior, was also elected bishop, being placed in charge of the Diocese of Dubuque. (Web site)


  1. Egan was appointed Archbishop of New York on May 11, 2000 and installed in that position on June 19, 2000. (Web site)
  2. Egan was criticized in June 2003 for concealing the names of priests who have been accused of child molestation and cleared by the church. (Web site)

Egbert of Lindisfarne

  1. Egbert of Lindisfarne was Bishop of Lindisfarne from 803 until his death in 821 .
  2. Egbert of Lindisfarne was Bishop of Lindisfarne from his consecration on June 11, 802 until his death in 821 .

Francis De Sales

  1. Francis de Sales was an early 17 th century bishop.
  2. Francis de Sales is a lasting champion of that truth and has made it a foundation of his spirit.
  3. Francis de Sales was beatified in 1661 by Pope Alexander VII, who then canonized him in 1665.
  4. Francis de Sales was born at Thorens into a Savoyard noble family.
  5. Francis de Sales was born in the Savoy district of France in 1567 and ordained a priest in 1593. (Web site)

Nicholas of Cusa

  1. Nicholas of Cusa was a German philosopher and bishop.
  2. Nicholas of Cusa was never able to return to his bishopric, however.
  3. Nicholas of Cusa was never able to return to his bishopric, however: Sigmund's capitulation in 1464 came a few days after Nicholas's death at Todi in Umbria.
  4. Nicholas of Cusa was never able to return to his bishopric, however: Sigmund's capitulation in 1464 came a few days afterNicholas's death at Todi in Umbria .
  5. Nicholas of Cusa was noted for his deeply mystical writings about Christianity , particularly the nature of the Trinity .

Oliver King

  1. Oliver King was appointed Bishop of Bath and Wells in 1496, but his role as Secretary to Henry VII kept him out of the diocese until 1499. (Web site)
  2. Oliver King was a devout man of his age. (Web site)
  3. Oliver King was among the inner circle of the Royal Court.
  4. Oliver King was the bishop of Bath and Wells who organised the restoration of Bath Abbey after 1500. (Web site)
  5. Oliver King was the bishop of Bath who organised the restoration of Bath Abbey after 1500.


  1. Rangel is a bishop in full communion, for some months now. (Web site)
  2. Rangel is a decorated war veteran, earning a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star for his service in the Korean War.
  3. Rangel is a liberal member of Congress.
  4. Rangel is a lowlife.
  5. Rangel is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African-Americans.


  1. Before long the destruction of churches developed into a general persecution, in which Abdas was one of the first martyrs. (Web site)
  2. He founded two new seminaries, those of Mar 'Abdas Herheraya and St. Serge of Rayfun.
  3. Abdas, also known as Audas, was bishop of Susa in Persia. (Web site)


  1. Abundius is one of those to whom the authorship of the Te Deum is occasionally attributed. (Web site)
  2. Abundius is one of those to whom the authorship of the is occasionally attributed.
  3. Abundius was an Italian bishop, born at Thessalonica early in the fifth century; d. (Web site)

Adalbert of Prague

  1. In 997, Boleslaus I, then duke of Poland, gave military protection to Saint Adalbert of Prague when he went to convert the Prussians.
  2. Adalbert of Prague had already in 977 entertained the idea of becoming a missionary in Prussia. (Web site)
  3. Many attempts at conquest had preceded this one, starting with Boles--aw I the Brave of Poland, who had sent Adalbert of Prague in 997.

Aidan of Lindisfarne

  1. Aidan of Lindisfarne was born in Ireland.

Albertus Magnus

  1. Albertus Magnus is the only scholar of his era to have earned the appellation "Great" -- a title that was used during his lifetime. (Web site)
  2. Albertus Magnus was noted for: His breadth and depth of knowledge on all subjects. (Web site)

Alvaro Del Portillo

  1. Alvaro del Portillo was a member of the General Council of Opus Dei from 1940 to 1975, serving as secretary general from 1940 to 1947 and from 1956 to 1975.


  1. Answer: Any human condition or act that robs God of glory by stripping one of his children of their right to divine dignity. (Web site)
  2. The answer is to convert it entirely from anything sacred and turn it into a common meal, where everyone sits around a long banquet table. (Web site)


  1. The article is something you would not expect to find in a standard encyclopedia.
  2. The article was entitled, It's a Movie, not History, with a subtitle that read, Whatever the 'Passion Message,’ the Church Renounces Anti-Semitism.


  1. Asser is a featured article; it (or a previous version of it) has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Wikipedia community.
  2. Asser is a journalist best known for missing the obvious, but never mind, he is continues to produce his -analysis- columns for BBC Online. (Web site)
  3. Asser was a monk at St. David's in what was then the kingdom of Dyfed, but nothing is known of his earlier life, and not much is known about any of it.
  4. Asser was a monk at St. David's in what was then the kingdom of Dyfed, but nothing is known of his earlier life.
  5. Asser was born in Pembrokeshire, in west Wales, and entered the monastery of St David's.


  1. The Authors are entirly logical in the research and writting but they begin with a few bad assumptions. (Web site)
  2. The authors were Roman ecclesiastics, and some of them were attached to the papal court. (Web site)


  1. Aymer was consecrated by the pope in 1260 and was on his way back to England when he died in Paris.
  2. Aymer was illiterate, ignorant of the English language, and wholly secular in his mode of life.

Aymer De Valence

  1. He was also the uncle of Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke. (Web site)
  2. He was also involved in disputes with the king's half-brothers, especially Aymer de Valence , who was Bishop of Winchester.
  3. Aymer de Valence, also known as Aymer de Lusignan or Thelmar de Valence, (c.


  1. The ballots are then all burnt by the Scrutineers with the assistance of the Secretary of the College and the Masters of Ceremonies.
  2. The ballots are then burned, as well as all notes made. (Web site)


  1. Baraga is a village in Baraga County in the U.S. state of Michigan.
  2. Baraga is a village located in Baraga County, Michigan. (Web site)

Bernard Saisset

  1. The conflict was revived by the arrest and condemnation by the king's court (1301) of Bishop Bernard Saisset.
  2. In 1301 Philip's conflict with the papacy was revived by the arrest of Bishop Bernard Saisset of Pamiers.
  3. The dispute began again in earnest in 1301 with the trial of Bernard Saisset, and Boniface never again yielded.

Bishop of Lindisfarne

  1. The Bishop of Lindisfarne is a dry and rather austere character, unlike the Dean, who is much more jovial.


  1. Brieuc is a present day bishopric; hence the Cathedral takes on, perhaps, more significance.
  2. Brieuc is a subdeacon; he should study another year.

Bruno of Augsburg

  1. Bruno of Augsburg, Bavaria, lived at a time when Christianity was still making inroads into various parts of Europe.
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Burchard of Worms

  1. Burchard of Worms and Ivo of Chartres made influential collections. (Web site)
  2. It was occasionally claimed that Gratian did not use Burchard of Worms' Decretorum Libri XX, but this does not appear to be true. (Web site)
  3. It was included in Burchard of Worms' Decretum (compiled between 1008 and 1012), an early attempt at collecting all of canon law. (Web site)


  1. Uno striscione con il nome del prete campeggia sulla parata.
  2. Questa laida banalit-, che campeggia su innumerevoli scrivanie, ci sembra insieme molto americana e poco religiosa.


  1. Casey was far from such palatial comfort. (Web site)
  2. Casey was succeeded by Bishop James McLoughlin, who served in the post until his own retirement on July 3, 2005. (Web site)

Castro Meyer

  1. I might add that Rifan was present next to Bishop de Castro Meyer at the SSPX consecrations in 1988. (Web site)
  2. Further Archbishop Lefebvre and the bishops that he and Bishop de Castro Meyer of Campos, Brazil, consecrated, were never excommunicated for schism.


  1. Chrodegang was born at Hesbaye, Brabant, near Liège in present day Belgium. (Web site)
  2. Chrodegang was buried in the Abbey of Gorze.

Colman of Lindisfarne

  1. Eventually, Northumbria was persuaded to move to the Roman faith, the Celtic Bishop Colman of Lindisfarne returned to Iona. (Web site)
  2. Saint Colman of Lindisfarne - St Colman was the third bishop of Lindisfarne in 661. (Web site)
  3. In 664 at the synod of Whitby,[37] Oswiu accepted the usages of the Roman Church, which led to the departure of Bishop Colman of Lindisfarne. (Web site)


  1. Crusades were essentially resupply missions for these embattled kingdoms.
  2. The Crusades were a series of military conflicts of a religious character waged by much of Christian Europe against external and internal threats.
  3. The Crusades were expeditions undertaken, in fulfilment of a solemn vow, to deliver the Holy Places from Mohammedan tyranny.
  4. The Crusades were regarded by the Islamic world as cruel and savage onslaughts by European Christians.
  5. The crusades were never referred to as such by their participants.


  1. Cuthbert was Lindisfarne's sixth abbot and manifested a spiritual kinship with its founder.
  2. Cuthbert was about thirty years old at the time.
  3. Cuthbert was at one time Bishop of Lindisfarne, and a strange superstition respecting him is not even yet quite forgotten there.
  4. Cuthbert was born in Northumbria in northern England about 625. (Web site)
  5. Cuthbert was buried in his beloved monastery on Lindisfarne, though Viking Raids later forced his brethren to move inland, taking his body with them. (Web site)

Cynewulf of Lindisfarne

  1. Cynewulf of Lindisfarne was the Bishop of Lindisfarne from 740 to 780 .


  1. DiLorenzo was born in 1942 in Philadelphia and ordained a priest in 1968. (Web site)
  2. DiLorenzo was officially installed in festive liturgies, replete with native Hawaiian and multi-ethnic representation. (Web site)
  3. DiLorenzo was officially ordained as bishop on March 8 of that year accepting the title of the titular see of Tigia. (Web site)
  4. DiLorenzo was permanently appointed bishop on November 29 , 1994 .
  5. Dilorenzo was uprooted from Pennsylvania and assumed his place in the Hawaii Catholic Church. (Web site)


  1. The Diocese is one of the oldest in the country and its bishop is a member of the House of Lords.
  2. The Diocese was established in 1877 extending its jurisdiction over the two counties of Essex and Hertfordshire.
  3. The diocese is organized in the form of a corporation sole, the title of which is "Roman Catholic Bishop of Portland". (Web site)
  4. The diocese is the primary unit of governance, not the church as a whole.
  5. The diocese was created in 1927.

Duarte Costa

  1. Several independent Catholic bodies today claim to trace their apostolic succession through Duarte Costa.
  2. In 1944, Dom Carlos Duarte Costa wrote the preface of the book "the Soviet Power", written by Rev.
  3. Please note that Bishop Carlos Duarte Costa consecrated many other bishops from which Old Catholic bishops now hold succession. (Web site)


  1. Dubuque is a city in the U.S. State of Iowa, located along the Mississippi River.
  2. Dubuque is also the home of the Colts Drum and Bugle Corps.
  3. Dubuque is the health care center of a large region covering eastern Iowa, northwestern Illinois, and southwestern Wisconsin.
  4. Dubuque is the oldest city in Iowa, and played a key role in the early settlement of the state, and the Upper Midwest.
  5. Dubuque is the second-smallest city in the nation to support a Division I drum corps.

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