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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecclesiastical_address

Ecclesiastical addresses are the formal styles of address used for members of the clergy. .... Deacon: Identical to a priest in all ways except "Father Deacon" is also heard ("Abouna Shammas" or "Pappas Diakonos"). Subdeacon: Reverend ...

www.catholicherald.com/Faith/Bishop_Loverde/Bishop_s_25th_Anniversary/How_Do_We_Address_Church_Officials_

Mar 1, 1999 ... Although some people today informally would approach Bishop Loverde and say , for instance, "Bishop, how are you?" one should properly say ...

www.formsofaddress.info/FOA_bishop_catholic.html

... Your Excellency? Are there more and less formal forms of correct address? ... They are properly addressed as Your Excellency or simply Excellency. In Ireland  ...

adoremus.org/2009/08/15/how-to-address-church-officials-bishops-priests

Aug 15, 2009 ... How to Address Church Officials, Bishops, Priests. We have received repeated inquiries about the proper form of address for bishops and ...

www.churchofengland.org/contact-us/addressingtheclergy.aspx

There is no universally accepted way of addressing an envelope to a married ... A retired archbishop properly reverts to the status of bishop, but may be given as ...

www.wikihow.com/Address-Catholic-Clergy

This article will help you to determine how to identify and properly address members of ... A Metropolitan or Eastern Bishop may wear a loose cassock, a riasa (a ...

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=13965

Are there more and less formal forms of correct address and when is each ... In spoken conversation, you would call your bishop "Bishop (last ...

churchpop.com/2016/09/12/holy-etiquette-the-proper-way-to-address-church-officials-of-different-ranks

Sep 12, 2016 ... Ever wonder how to properly address Church officials of various ranks? Never fear – we've ... Priest. Father. Reverend ... Archbishop & Bishop.

www.quora.com/What-is-the-correct-way-of-addressing-a-Catholic-bishop

All clergy (bishop, priest, [permanent] deacon) can be addressed as “Father”. In general, formally: * (Arch)Bishops - “Your Excellency” * Cardinals - “Your E...