Honorary canon

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a canon{6} who neither lived in a monastery, nor kept the canonical hours.

See also: canon

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It was united by long tradition to the Cathedral: its headmaster was an honorary Canon, and a past headmaster was the Archdeacon.
Father Bill spent time looking after the St Christopher's community two years ago when Dean Chris was on sabbatical and was also made an honorary Canon of the Cathedral.
She was made an Honorary Canon of Manchester Cathedral in 2007.
He is also an honorary Canon of St Christopher's Cathedral, Bahrain, and holds a Doctorate in Ministry from Nashotah House Seminary in the US.
The 40-year-old centrist has also decided to accept being made an honorary canon of St John Lateran, the cathedral of Rome, a tradition dating back to the 15th century when the French state and church were indistinguishable.
In 2004 she became Director of Ordinands and an Honorary Canon.
The new adviser and her team will be based here, and Sarah will be licensed as an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral.
JJe was an honorary canon of Derby Cathedral and an honorary Fellow of St.
He completed an MTh in 1988, and served in a number of capacities in the diocese of Toronto, including as Holland Deanery's regional dean and as honorary canon at the Cathedral Church of St.
Canon Winter is an honorary canon of Newcastle Cathedral and the Bishop of Newcastle's adviser in women's ministry.
Rev Kathy Collins, who is the Chaplaincy Manager for the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, will become an honorary canon of the Cathedral in recognition of her ministry to the healthcare sector.
Ordained as a priest in the Church of England nearly 20 years ago, Liz became an Honorary Canon of the Cathedral and Abbey Church of St Albans earlier this year.