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archbishopric

1. the rank, office, or jurisdiction of an archbishop
2. the area governed by an archbishop
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The "outdated rules" were referenced in the in the regulations of a kindergarten the archbishopric is setting up.
I hope there would be mutual recognition because to us the autocephaly of the Macedonian Orthodox Church-Ohrid Archbishopric is very important.
Contributing to the debate over the significance of the year 1000, Michalowski examines the foundation of the Archbishopric of Gniezno in Poland.
It was Bernard, the first Norman bishop (1115-48), but he had been influenced by Welsh traditions that St Davids had been an archbishopric independent of Canterbury.
The awards ceremony will take place on the October 30 at the Bi-Communal Cafe on the premises of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, located in Old Nicosia Town near the Old Market and the Archbishopric.
Summary: Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai traveled to Sidon's Archbishopric for an unannounced weekend visit, amid an atmosphere of tension in the local administration.
Earlieron Thursday, a prayer was held at the Archbishopric of the Dioceses of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Old Damascus city commemorating the anniversary.
The church delegation, led by the Head of the Macedonian Orthodox ChurchOhrid Archbishopric, His Beatitude Stefan, consisted of representatives of both the Macedonian Orthodox Church-Ohrid Archbishopric and the Catholic Church in Macedonia.
THE HAGUE -- Roman Catholic authorities in the Netherlands have suspended a priest for a year after he forgot to say all the words of the Eucharist during Mass, the Utrecht archbishopric said Tuesday.
The release of Jovan Vraniskovski from prison and talks that are supposed to solve the status of the Macedonian Orthodox Church -- Ohrid Archbishopric is offered by Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic as a replacement for solving the long-standing dispute, afterwards risking to be accused of interfering the state in its own church, Branko Gjorgjevski analyzes for Dnevnik.
In 1959, what is now the Macedonian Church was created as an autonomous Archbishopric of Ohrid, which was granted by the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Among the topics are religious aspects of medieval state ideology in the European southeast, Byzantine fortresses to the south of the Hemus Mountains in the light of coin finds from the last decades of the sixth century, the perspective of the Bulgarian past in the court of Preslav about 900 AD, the first two centuries of the archbishopric of Ohrid, and the Athonite Slavs in the Middle Ages.