Ecclesiastical addresses are the formal styles of address used for members of the
clergy. ... The form of address and style is different, however, for bishops and
archbishops of other denominations....
A Roman Catholic bishop is not an Excellency -- he's a Most Reverend. ..... The
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A proper etiquette does exist for how we address our Church leaders. As a point
... For example, one would greet Bishop Loverde as "Your Excellency." In writing
An Orthodox bishop, depending on his jurisdiction and rank, may be called ... The
form of address for Orthodox clergy varies according to order, rank, and level ...
Address a religious Priest: During a formal introduction, a religious Priest should
be .... Today, genuflecting to bishops is usually not a part of the usual protocol.
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Buddhism: Pureland, Priest, The Reverend, Dear Sensei ;. Dear Rev. Sensei.
In the absence of any style or title conferred by a post, all deacons and priests are
styled 'The Reverend', and all who have been consecrated bishop are styled ...
When we address Deacons or Priests, we should use the title "Father." Bishops
we should address as "Your Grace." Though all Bishops (including Patriarchs) ...
How to address and greet Catholic and Orthodox clergy. ... The rules of etiquette
that apply when dealing with people of different social standing apply here as ...
3 Forms of Address for Married or Partnered Clerics . ... In writing, never address
a letter to “Bishop John A. Doe;” the address is always “The Rt. Rev. John A.