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ARCHBISHOP, eccl. law. The chief of the clergy of a whole province. He has the, inspection of the bishops of that province, as well as of the inferior clergy, and may deprive them on notorious cause. The archbishop has also his own diocese, in which he exercises, episcopal jurisdiction, as in his province he exercises archiepiscopal authority. 1 Bl. Com. 380; L. Raym. 541; Code, 1, 2.

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Ultimately, however, and apart from the individual personalities and approaches of respective popes, it should be seen that without the universal primacy--the very authority in the church that nearly sabotaged Romero's witness to the gospel--the regional communion of churches within which Romero's authority was exercised would have lacked the indisputable canonical unity that made his archiepiscopal activity possible in the first place.
Purvis, Notarial Signs from the York Archiepiscopal Records (London and York: St.
25-en [Preach of Magyar, Ferenc addressed in the Archiepiscopal Church of Eger 25March 1848.
When Archbishop Baranyi summons Hananel to his archiepiscopal palace, the Rebbe becomes fearful.
31) En la Nueva Granada, hoy Colombia, la ordenacion de mestizos era bastante frecuente durante la gestion archiepiscopal de Luis Zapata de Cardenas, de Santa Fe de Bogota (1573-1590).
Le delegue apostolique vante sa largeur d'esprit et sa haute competence, donnant a entendre qu'il etait l'homme tout designe pour remplacer Mgr Emard sur le siege archiepiscopal d'Ottawa.
El intento de evitar tensiones y contraposiciones frontales habia sido una de las razones de la transferencia de Lambertini desde Ancona a Bolonia en 1731, a la muerte del arzobispo Giacomo Boncompagni, tras cuarenta anos de un gobierno rico en desencuentros y enfrentamientos por la defensa de los privilegios fiscales del clero, de derechos de inmunidad para iglesias o lugares sagrados, de exclusiva devolucion de las causas protagonizadas por clerigos o personas incluidas en el fuero archiepiscopal.
The book gives us an overview of Cardinal Ouellet's wonderful spiritual life, from his birth in Abitibi, passing through some missions in Latin America and the Roman Curia, right up to the archiepiscopal See of Quebec.
4) From the office's elevation to the archiepiscopal dignity in 1165, (5) Novgorod's was almost the only archbishop in the Russian Church until the late 4th century, when the bishops of Rostov and Suzdal were elevated to archiepiscopal dignity as well.
Built in 1404, the Town Council had Roland situated facing the archiepiscopal cathedral as the representation of the town's love of liberty and its consistent struggle for independence.
Becket's body was carefully moved in the presence of the young, impressionable Henry III to a dazzling new shrine and a great feast summoned in the new archiepiscopal hall.
With such insights, the novel exposes the ambivalence both of Sor Juana's place in the convent and her relation to the highest political and religious circles of New Spain, from the Viceregal court to the archiepiscopal offices of the Catholic Church.