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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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Caroline Welby, the Archbishop's Adviser on Anglican Communion Affairs Rt Revd. Anthony Poggo and his Chief of Staff Canon David Porter.
The Archbishop's visit will focus on the work spearheaded by the Rt Revd Richard Frith, the Bishop of Hereford, who retires later this year.
On Friday, Revd. Father Richard Anguyo, a Mill Hill Missionary from Uganda, along with Bishop Humphrey Sarfaraz Peters and the local Clergy visited Army Burn Hall College for Boys.
The service continued with a memorial video tribute, songs, bible readings and a talk by the Revd Irvine.
Revd Bayes said: "I am delighted that Archdeacon Bev has responded to the call to serve as the next Bishop of Warrington.
The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Lord Williams of Oystermouth, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams will preach during the service.
Hariri also received a delegation from the European Baptist Federation, led by its Secretary General Revd. Anthony Peck, in the presence of MP Bassem al-Shab and the Secretary General of the Evangelical Schools in Lebanon Nabil Costa.
HOLMBRIDGE | Wednesday morning Communion at St David's was led by Revd Nick Heaton with lessons read by Ian Gold.
the displays, artefacts spaces visitors Revd Tremlett Open Treasure has created 22 jobs and 400 volunteer posts, as well as opportunities for contractors and suppliers.
Delivering his Easter Sunday sermon, the Most Revd Justin Welby yesterday called the festival a reminder of hope.
The Right Revd Paul Butler, the Bishop of Durham, has issued a message talking about the smells of Easter, those that remind us of people, places and events.
The Right Revd Paul Butler, the Anglican Bishop of Durham, and the Right Reverend Seamus Cunningham, the Catholic Bishop of Newcastle and Hexham were joined by The Most Revd Dr Onesphore Rwaje - the Archbishop of Rwanda, who is visiting Bishop Paul, as well as clergy from Anglican and Catholic Churches in Sunderland.