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Ecclesiastical address

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Ecclesiastical addresses are the formal styles of address used for members of the clergy. ... Bishop: The Most Reverend John Smith, D.D., Bishop of Brooklyn ( abbrev.: Most. Rev.; bishops in the ... ...

How to Address Church Officials - Catholic Education Resource ...

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As a point of courtesy, all Catholics should be familiar with these forms of address . ... For example, one would greet Bishop Loverde as "Your Excellency.

Catholic Bishop

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A Roman Catholic bishop is not an Excellency -- he's a Most Reverend. So when you address ... Addressing bishops as Your Grace is a British form of address.

How to Address Catholic Clergy: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

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A Metropolitan or Eastern Bishop may wear a loose cassock, a riasa (a cloak- type .... and you may kiss the sacred ring during both the greeting and the closing .

CATHOLIC FORMS OF ADDRESS - Catholic Tradition

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The following are forms of address used by Catholics in letters and in speech. ... Addressing a letter: His Holiness Pope N___________ ... letter: His Eminence ( Christian name) Cardinal (Surname) (If an archbishop or bishop give title and see)

+Catholic Ponderings+: How do you address a Bishop (or ...

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Mar 5, 2009 ... In opening a letter, you would put "Dear Bishop (last name)" or "Your Excellency" ("Dear" is not used in front of "Your [title]"). In addressing an ...

Addressing Clergy - Fish Eaters

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How to address and greet Catholic and Orthodox clergy. ... When it is your own Bishop, kneel on your left knee and kiss ring as sign of respect for his office.

How to address Priests, Sisters, Clergy, Titles and Abbreviations

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Aug 17, 2003 ... Above, a sister teaches protocol in a pre-Vatican II Catholic classroom. ..... There is a special protocol for formally greeting a Bishop that needs ...

The hermeneutic of continuity: How to greet a Bishop

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Jan 26, 2007 ... An American student asked me how he should greet the Bishop when ... from Catholic countries kiss my hand when they greet me after Mass.

ORBIS CATHOLICVS: Roman etiquette: how to greet a Bishop...

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Oct 23, 2006 ... Remember that when you greet a Bishop you can reverence his ring for an indulgence! The ring is a ... P.S. To know history is to be Catholic.

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How to address a Roman Catholic bishop | Our Everyday Life

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Have you ever run into a Bishop in the grocery store, and been uncertain of how you ought to greet him? When addressing dignitaries or religious figures, there ...

How to Address Church Officials, Bishops, Priests - Adoremus

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Another useful website is http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org. ***. Forms of ... Salutation: Your Eminence. Concluding: ... (less formal) Dear Bishop (last name).

How do I address a bishop? - Catholic Answers Forums

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Sep 14, 2004 ... In opening a letter, you would put "Dear Bishop (last name)" or ... In addressing an envelope you would put on the first line "The Most Rev.