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Monsignor is an honorific form of address for some members of the clergy, usually of the Roman Catholic Church, including bishops, honorary prelates and  ...

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Apr 4, 2019 ... These priests are now known as the “Papal Household,” and the honorary title of Monsignor essentially refers to priests who have certain ...

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Jan 5, 2014 ... Pope Francis has reportedly abolished the practice of granting priests the honorary title of "monsignor" and has communicated the decision ...

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Accordingly it is quite incorrect to say that any one has been appointed a Monsignor by the pope. If we may be permitted to use a comparison, Monsignor in the ...

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Jun 28, 2018 ... A priest may become a monsignor as a reward for exceptional service to the Church, after a nomination process initiated by the bishop of his ...

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Apr 23, 2019 ... Monsignor definition is - a Roman Catholic prelate having a dignity or titular distinction (as of domestic prelate or protonotary apostolic) usually ...

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Monsignor is the apocopic form of the Italian monsignore, from the French mon seigneur, meaning "my lord". It is abbreviated Mgr, Msgr, or Mons. As a form of ...

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Monsignor synonyms, Monsignor pronunciation, Monsignor translation, English dictionary definition of Monsignor. also mon·si·gnor n. Roman Catholic Church 1.

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How to Address a Monsignor Envelope: The Reverend Monsignor (Full name), ( post nominals as appropriate) (Address). Letter salutation: Dear Monsignor ...