ecclesiastical province


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Noun1.ecclesiastical province - the district within the jurisdiction of an archbishop or a metropolitan or one of the territorial divisions of an ecclesiastical order; "the general of the Jesuits has several provinces under him"
province, responsibility - the proper sphere or extent of your activities; "it was his province to take care of himself"
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The seminary also conferred honorary awards on some individuals which include the Archbishop of Ecclesiastical Province of Ibadan, Dr.
The Prelature of Isabela was erected in 1963 and is located in the province of Basilan, and its component cities of Isabela City and Lamitan City, in the Ecclesiastical province of Zamboanga.
The gathering, which drew approximately 20 representatives from the ecclesiastical province of British Columbia and Yukon, highlighted common themes that emerged from previous consultations in each ecclesiastical province.
Obi, who spoke inside Onitsha prisons during the 65th birthday ceremony of the Metropolitan Archbishop of Onitsha Catholic Ecclesiastical Province, His Grace, Most Rev.
Lazo will also become the metropolitan bishop of the suffragan dioceses within the ecclesiastical province of Jaro, which covers the dioceses of Bacolod, San Jose de Antique, San Carlos and Kabankalan.
It became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia, and later of the kingdoms of Northumbria and Jorvik In the Middle Ages, York grew as a major wool trading centre and became the capital of the northern ecclesiastical province of the Church of England, a role it retains In the 19th century, York became a hub of the railway network and a confectionery manufacturing centre.
They are agricultural missionaries, organised by the Catholic bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Quebec in the year 1894.
John Privett, Anglican Bishop of Kootenay and Archbishop of the Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and Yukon
Thus the formation of a Scottish ecclesiastical province by the papacy is not mentioned in the chapters on the period despite its close relationship to the status of the Scottish king.
After continuous appeals from the parents and sympathisers of these seminarians, all the seven bishops of Madurai Ecclesiastical Province agreed to allow the dismissed students to complete their theological studies at their own expense as day scholars and to give letters of recommendation to any congregation or diocese other than the native diocese of the seminarians, if they are prepared to admit them.
to the archbishop who heads his ecclesiastical province.
The Prerogative Court of Canterbury, the most important of these courts, dealt with the relatively wealthy individuals living mainly in the south of England and most of Wales (what was originally the ecclesiastical province of Canterbury).