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Archiepiscopal Ar`chi*e*pis"co*pal, a. [Pref. archi- +
Of or pertaining to an archbishop; as, Canterbury is an
Archiepiscopality Ar`chi*e*pis`co*pal"i*ty, n.
The station or dignity of an archbishop; archiepiscopacy.
Chorepiscopal Cho`re*pis"co*pal, a.
Pertaining to a chorepiscopus or his change or authority.
Episcopalian E*pis`co*pa"li*an, a.
Pertaining to bishops, or government by bishops; episcopal;
specifically, of or relating to the Protestant Episcopal
Episcopalian E*pis`co*pa"li*an, n.
One who belongs to an episcopal church, or adheres to the
episcopal form of church government and discipline; a
churchman; specifically, in the United States, a member of
the Protestant Episcopal Church.
Episcopalianism E*pis`co*pa"li*an*ism, n.
The doctrine and usages of Episcopalians; episcopacy.
Episcopally E*pis"co*pal*ly, adv.
By episcopal authority; in an episcopal manner.
Non-Episcopal Non`-E*pis"co*pal, a.
Not Episcopal; not pertaining to the Episcopal church or
Meaning of Episcopal from wikipedia
" in its name Episcopal Church
(United States), an affiliate
of Anglicanism based
in the United States Episcopal
- The Episcopal Church
in the United States
with additional dioceses
elsewhere, is a member church
of the worldwide Anglican
- An episcopal
see is, in the usual meaning
of the phrase, the area of a bishop's ecclesiastical
jurisdiction. Phrases concerning actions occurring
- Episcopal Church
to various churches
in the Anglican, Methodist, and Open Episcopal
traditions. An episcopal church
in its organisational...
- An episcopal polity
is a hierarchical
form of church governance
("ecclesiastical polity") in which
the chief local authorities
- that prevails
in the Church
of Scotland. The word Episcopal
in the title
of the Episcopal Church
of the Anglican Communion
- the bishops. This situation
must have hardly survived
Julian, 361–363. Episcopal courts
are not heard
in the East until
398 and in the West in...
- The African Methodist Episcopal
Church, usually called
the A.M.E. Church
or AME, is a predominantly
denomination. It adheres...
- The Scottish Episcopal Church
(Scottish Gaelic: Eaglais Easbaigeach
na h-Alba; Scots: Scots Episcopal
Kirk) is the ecclesiastical province
of the Anglican...
- "cathedral" are usually specific
to those Christian denominations
with an episcopal
hierarchy, such as the Catholic, Anglican, Eastern
Orthodox, and some...