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reverend

1. relating to or designating a clergyman or the clergy
2. Informal a clergyman

Reverend

a title of respect for a clergyman
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Revd Bryony Taylor's book examines how the clergy are portrayed on television
Now the Rt Revd Ladds is hoping the twenty-year-old wounds will begin to heal following his apology on Saturday.
Rt Revd Gledhill became Bishop of Lichfield in 2003 promising to boost church attendances.
The Revd David Tolhurst, vicar of St Matthew's, said: "The amount of work that has been done by the community in putting this passion play together is quite incredible - and that is not just the decoration of the trolleys, but here today getting the church ready despite the late change of plans due to bad weather.
One of the workshops was held at the top of the tower at Durham Cathedral and was led by Right Revd Paul Butler, pictured.
Major Derek Jones, Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army; Most Revd Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales, The Church in Wales; Ros Morley, Meeting of Friends in Wales (Quakers); Revd Meirion Morris, General Secretary, The Presbyterian Church of Wales; Revd Peter M.
VERY REVD NIGEL WILLIAMS, DEAN OF ST ASAPH CATHEDRAL I don''t think children get enough Religious Education to be able to make an informed decision about their own personal belief.
The Very Revd Catherine Ogle, Dean of Birmingham, said: "Jake's work looks absolutely fantastic in the space of the cathedral.
Although the event will be led by the Bishop of Coventry, the Most Revd Bernard Longley will give an address.
The Very Revd Catherine Ogle, Dean of Birmingham, is leading the project with the support of a team of volunteers and the backing of The Bishop of Birmingham, the Rt Revd David Urquhart.
Revd Liz Griffiths, Vicar of St John's Church, said: "This was the start of Jesus' journey leading to the cross on Good Friday, and his resurrection on Easter Day.
Amicus National Officer, Rachael Maskell, the Revd.