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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecclesiastical_address

Ecclesiastical addresses are the formal styles of address used for members of the clergy. ... an archbishop is "the Most Reverend" and addressed as "Your Grace" rather than "His/Your Excellency". a bishop is "the .... Etiquette and Protocol.

www.catholiceducation.org/en/culture/catholic-contributions/how-to-address-church-officials.html

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  ...

www.formsofaddress.info/FOA_bishop_catholic.html

A Roman Catholic bishop is not an Excellency -- he's a Most Reverend. ... Your site says bishops and archbishops are addressed in conversation as Bishop ...

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

Aug 15, 2009 ... Online Edition: August 2009. Vol. XV, No. 5. How to Address Church Officials, Bishops, Priests. We have received repeated inquiries about the ...

www.wikihow.com/Address-Catholic-Clergy

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.

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

Sep 12, 2016 ... Holy Etiquette: The Proper Way to Address Church Officials of Different Ranks ... Priest. Father. Reverend ... Archbishop & Bishop.

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

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 ...

www.fisheaters.com/addressingclergy.html

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 ...

orthodoxinfo.com/praxis/clergy_etiquette.aspx

When we address Deacons or Priests, we should use the title "Father." Bishops we should address as "Your Grace." Though all Bishops (including Patriarchs) ...

www.traditioninaction.org/religious/d003rpHowToAddressClergy.html

Marian T. Horvat gives guidelines of courtesy and etiquette, manners, on how to properly address clergy - bishops, priests, nuns.