How do you become a bishop?


To become a bishop, one would need to be involved in the church. It is always a good idea to begin as a minister or a priest. One would have to work one's way up the ladder within the church until he reaches the position of the bishop. In most cases the people who become bishops have been involved in the church for at least twenty years. These people tend to be extremely active in the clergy and also often have an educational degree that includes theology.
Q&A Related to "How do you become a bishop?"
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1 Additional Answer
For a person to become a bishop the person must first be a priest, and then he/she must be then ordained as a bishop by a clergy member of bishop or of higher spiritual position, such as Cardinal or patriarch. Such a person must have been a good priest, pastor and leader, must be a good teacher of the Faith and pastor of souls.
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