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episcopal

of, denoting, governed by, or relating to a bishop or bishops
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D'Artagnan and Porthos walked straight up to the episcopal palace, which was surrounded by a numerous crowd anxious to see the prelate return.
A small and humble dwelling was prepared for his family, and the divine had made his appearance in the place but a few days previously to the time of his introduction to the reader, As his forms were entirely new to most of the inhabitants, and a clergyman of another denomination had previously occupied the field, by engaging the academy, the first Sunday after his arrival was allowed to pass in silence; but now that his rival had passed on, like a meteor filling the air with the light of his wisdom, Richard was empowered to give notice that “Public worship, after the forms of the Protestant Episcopal Church, would be held on the night before Christmas, in the long room of the academy in Templeton, by the Rev.
And do you mean seriously to say you are not tired of Belle-Isle a little, and that you would not prefer the comforts of your dwelling - of your episcopal palace, at Vannes?
In like manner this poor woman trembled lest she should see on the lips of Monsieur de Troisville a smile of contempt for this episcopal salon; she dreaded the cold look he might cast over that ancient dining-room; in short, she feared the frame might injure and age the portrait.
Her first objective is to raise funds for A More Excellent Way, an arm of the 4th Episcopal District Women's Missionary Society.
It continues with Rome's approval of Hovius as archbishop in 1595 and proceeds chronologically, documenting his episcopal labors until his death in 1620.
It was also obvious that Hutson was ill-informed about the Virginia General Assembly's decision to incorporate the Episcopal Church in 1784, an action intended to secure a perpetual title to the glebe lands and other property of the formerly established Anglican Church.
The episcopal collegiality rediscovered by Vatican II has remained ineffective.
32) The Episcopal Archdeacon in Camaguey reported that many Jamaicans previously living in sugar-producing areas had returned home.
Nicholas Is Honored by the Episcopal Church at Its General Convention
The Episcopal diocese of Virginia and the Episcopal Church have reached a legal settlement with Potomac Falls Church in Potomac Falls, Va.
was breaking with the Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Los Angeles.