ecclesiastical province


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the district within the jurisdiction of an archbishop or a metropolitan or one of the territorial divisions of an ecclesiastical order

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Privett has served as metropolitan of the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon since 2009, and as bishop of Kootenay since 2005.
In 1808 the Holy See created the dioceses of Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Bardstown, Kentucky, and appointed their bishops, with the result that the Catholic Church in the United States became an ecclesiastical province, with Archbishop Carroll as its metropolitan.
I personally met Michael Raj and the protesters twice, and a couple of times their well-wishers including some priests from my diocese and from other dioceses and explained to them the stand of all the bishops of Madurai Ecclesiastical Province.
The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, the most important of these courts, dealt with the relatively wealthy individuals living mainly in the south of England and most of Wales (what was originally the ecclesiastical province of Canterbury).
In 787 King Offa created a third ecclesiastical province here in the Midlands and made Hygeberht Archbishop of Lichfield, to add to those of Canterbury and York.
The PCC, the most important of these courts, dealt with the relatively wealthy individuals living mainly in the south of England and most of Wales (what was originally the ecclesiastical province of Canterbury).
It enjoyed close ties with Milan, being part of the ecclesiastical province of Milan and as such participating closely in the reforms undertaken by Carlo Bo rromeo (1538-84), archbishop of Milan From 1564 to 1584, and a model of pastoral zeal and effective diocesan administration for many of his colleagues in Italy and throughout Europe.
The Apostolic Vicariate and later Ecclesiastical Province that included the Oregon Country, or Columbia District as it was called by the Hudson's Bay Company, came into being during a fluid time on the North American and world scene.
Members of the clergy in attendance included His Eminence, Dr Udofia; Archbishop of the Lagos Ecclesiastical Province of the Anglican Communion, Most Reverend Dr Olusina Fape; heads of blocs in Ogun State CAN and the state's CAN executives, as well as the Bishops of the Methodist churches in Ijebu, Sagamu and Ibadan, among others.
But the House of Bishops of the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon refused to consecrate him, citing work he had performed for the province of Rwanda in the geographical jurisdiction of The Episcopal Church (TEC).
mass at the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros as part of activities for the observance of the Season of Creation in the Ecclesiastical Province of Manila.
They are 'Agricultural Missionaries, organised by the Catholic Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Quebec in the year 18947 In one year they carried the gospel of God's land to 145,250 listening farmers.
According to church guidelines, allegations of abuse against a bishop is sent to the head of the ecclesiastical province, in this case, Boston Archbishop Sean P O'Malley.
Andrews declined to make further comments, but wrote in the statement that the decision was made by Archbishop John Privett, metropolitan (senior bishop) of the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon, "in consultation with those in leadership positions in the Diocese and in prayerful consideration of what is in the best interests of the Worley family and the future of the Diocese.
Others include the representatives of the Awujale and Paramount Ruler of Ijebuland, the Ayangburen of Ikorodu, Oba Kabiru Sotobi, Chief Idowu Sofola (SAN), Senator Sefiu Kaka, the Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of Lagos, His Grace, Most Reverend (Dr) Olusina Face, Mr.