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- called Archbishop Emeritus
of his former
1970, such archbishops
to a titular
can be several Archbishops
- and Canterbury. Former palaces
of the archbishops include Croydon
Palace: the summer residence
of the Archbishops
from the 15th to the 18th centuries....
of Canterbury occasionally exercised
authority, and it was not until
the Norman Conquest
that the archbishops
of York ****erted...
- by the archbishops
of the established Church
of England, and is applied
to the Archbishop
of York as "Primate of England", and the Archbishop
that has not been "endowed with the patriarchal
title". Major archbishops generally
have the same rights, privileges, and jurisdiction
- 1861 to 1918, the archbishops
, as members
of the Herrenhaus, were represented
in the Reichsrat
and bore the title
of a Prince-Archbishop
and the later episode Witchsmeller Pursuivant
have been attributed
to a post-Reformation perception
- Additionally, six of the archbishops
of the German
Bishops' Conference. Cardinal Rainer Woelki
has been the Archbishop
- are titular archbishops
) are never
metropolitans. As of April
2006, 508 archdioceses
by metropolitan archbishops
, 27 archbishops
lead an extant...
- the 16th century, the Archbishops
were in full communion
with the Bishops
of Rome, the Popes. Eighteen Archbishops
have been canonised
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