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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 Rafiq Masih Thapar Chair, Asian Christian Welfare Society
Bishop Huw was assistant Bishop of St Asaph when the then Diocesan Bishop, the Rt Revd Alwyn Rice-Jones, was also the Archbishop of Wales.
Revd Tremlett added: "Open Treasure is a fantastic way for visitors of all ages to discover more about Christianity in the North East, the cathedral's fascinating history as well as our current life as a working church.
Her comments were also rejected by the Bishop of Liverpool, Rt Revd Paul Bayes, who expressed his "disappointment" at the remarks.
The Revd Canon Sheila Bamber - Provost of Sunderland Minster and the Revd Father Marc Lyden-Smith of St Mary's in Sunderland said: "Ashes to Go is about bringing the important traditions of our faith out from behind church doors and into the community.
The Revd Simon's quirky Christmas message, to be published in the Birmingham Mail's sister Solihull News title, is packed with popular punch.
Amnesty said it appeared that his arrest and detention was linked to a letter he delivered to the religious affairs office in Khartoum inquiring about Revd.
Revd Michael Lewis issues which contribute to disseminating the culture of dialogue and tolerance between all monotheist religions as well as commitment to moderation and renunciation of extremism.
This REVD project has been put together to develop a new way for flexo to compete in the market.
The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres commented that 'the response to this competition has been extraordinary.
MATCH FIT: God Squad line-up, left to right: Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Revd Jonathan Gledhill, the Bishop of Shrewsbury, the Rt Revd Alan Smith, Bishop of Stafford, the Rt Revd Gordon Mursell and the Rt Revd Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton.