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Bishop - Wikipedia

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A bishop is an ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight. Within the Roman ...

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Bishop - New Advent

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Bishop is the title of an ecclesiastical dignitary who possesses the fullness of the priesthood to rule a diocese as its chief pastor, in due submission to the primacy  ...

Bishop | Define Bishop at Dictionary.com

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Bishop definition, a person who supervises a number of local churches or a diocese, being in the Greek, Roman Catholic, Anglican, and other churches a ...

bishop | Christianity | Britannica.com

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Jan 4, 2007 ... Bishop, in some Christian churches, the chief pastor and overseer of a diocese, an area containing several congregations. Although the New ...

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Mormon Bishop - Newsroom

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Bishop. A bishop is the leader of a local congregation (known as a ward) with duties similar to those of a pastor, priest or rabbi. In The Church of Jesus Christ of  ...

Bishop | Definition of Bishop by Merriam-Webster

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Define bishop: an official in some Christian religions who is ranked higher than a priest and who is usually in charge of… — bishop in a sentence.

Bishop - Online Etymology Dictionary

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Old English bisceop "bishop, high priest (Jewish or pagan)," from Late Latin episcopus, from Greek episkopos "watcher, overseer," a title for various government ...

bishop - Wiktionary

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From Middle English bishop, bisshop, bischop, biscop, from Old English biscop ( “bishop”), from British Latin *biscopo or Vulgar Latin (e)biscopus, from classical ...