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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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Archbishop Hutchison is diocesan bishop of Montreal, metropolitan (senior bishop) of the church province of Canada and bishop ordinary to the Canadian Forces.
Archbishop David Crawley, metropolitan (senior bishop) of the Crawley church province of British Columbia and the Yukon and diocesan bishop of Kootenay, will become interim primate until May 31, when General Synod elects a successor to Archbishop Peers.
Archbishop David Crawley, Bishop Buckle's superior, said in an interview that it was his duty as metropolitan of the church province of British Columbia and the Yukon to proceed if Bishop Buckle did not withdraw his offer.
He referred to two letters written by Bishop Buckle, one of them co-signed by Bishop William Anderson, of the diocese of Caledonia, and addressed to the metropolitan (senior bishop) of the church province of British Columbia and Yukon, Archbishop David Crawley, on Feb.
Since 1967, the Cuban church has been "extra-provincial," or without a church province, running most of its own affairs under special oversight from the council, Which is chaired by the Canadian primate, Archbishop Michael Peers.
Ted Karpf, canon missioner for HIV/AIDS in the church province of Southern Africa say that "there are no words" to express the magnitude and consequences of' the pandemic in Africa.
He covers archbishops and church provinces in the early medieval Latin church, the founding of the Archbishopric of Gniezno: religious premises and political consequences, and Otto III's political thought and spirituality.
Back in 1937, there were 15 dioceses or Church provinces in the country-Manila (founded in 1578) Nueva Segovia, covering the Ilocos (1595) Nueva Caceres, covering Bicol (1595) Lipa, covering Southern Tagalog (1910) Tuguegarao, covering Cagayan Valley (1910) Lingayen (1928) Mountain Province (1932) and Mindoro (1936) as well as Cebu (1595) Jaro (1865) Calbayog (1910) Zamboanga (1910) Palawan (1910) Bacolod (1932) and Cagayan de Oro (1933).
Instead of insisting on geographical church provinces, "hopefully, this will be resolved so we can realign or restructure so everyone can follow their concerns.
As part of the family of 38 Anglican church provinces, the Episcopalians of North America come under the general leadership of the Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams.
Although the Lambeth resolution was nonbinding on the 37 church provinces, to many gays within the American branch of the Anglican Communion--the 2.
Back in 1937, there were 15 dioceses or church provinces in the country-Manila (founded in 1578), Nueva Segovia, covering the Ilocos (1595), Nueva Caceres, covering Bicol (1595), Lipa, covering Southern Tagalog (1910), Tuguegarao, covering Cagayan Valley (1910), Lingayen (1928), Mountain Province (1932), and Mindoro (1936) as well as Cebu (1595), Jaro (1865), Calbayog (1910), Zamboanga (1910), Palawan (1910), Bacolod (1932), and Cagayan de Oro (1933).
Otherwise there is nothing to stop church provinces from getting into incompatible positions and rupturing communion.
Many of his fellow primates from the so-called Global South--Asia, South America and in particular, the church provinces of Nigeria, the Southern Cone (based in Argentina) and Central Africa-turned up wanting blood from Canada and the U.