The Archbishop definition

The Archbishop means the Archbishop of the Diocese of Sydney or in his absence his Commissary or if the See be vacant the Administrator of the Diocese.
The Archbishop means the Archbishop of Sydney or the person for the time being holding the office of Archbishop of the Diocese in which the Church or Churches in which religious services according to the doctrines, rites and ceremonies of the Church of England are performed in Norfolk Island are for the time being placed.
The Archbishop means the Primate and Archbishop for the time being of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia;

Examples of The Archbishop in a sentence

The Archbishop, in his role as Shepherd and Teacher, delegates the everyday administration of the Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese to the Department of Catholic Schools.

The Archbishop settled a replacement, John Irving in 1665, who repeatedly complained to the presbytery that the congregation ignored his efforts.

The Archbishop, as chief pastor of the Archdiocese, has the responsibility not only for the spiritual formation of the people, but also for every other factor that contributes to the development of the Catholic community.

The Archbishop is the enactor of all Archdiocesan policy and the ultimate decision-maker assisted and represented by the Department of Catholic Schools.

The Archbishop may request that the Advisory Board advise him in making his determination as to whether an allegation is a Credible Allegation.


More Definitions of The Archbishop

The Archbishop means the Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia;
The Archbishop means the Archbishop of the Diocese of Westminster in accordance with Canon Law and in the case of the See being vacant or impeded, includes the person or persons having Ordinary jurisdiction in accordance with Canon Law;
The Archbishop means the Archbishop of the Diocese of Malta or any person that may, from time to time, be specifically appointed by him in his stead. “Diocese” means the Archdiocese of Malta.
The Archbishop means the Archbishop for the time being of the Archdiocese.
The Archbishop means the Archbishop of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; "the Archbishop's Nominee" means the person from time to time appointed pursuant to Article 8.1.2;
The Archbishop means the person for the time being holding in accordance with the Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church the office of Archbishop of Dublin, and during any vacancy in that Diocese the person or persons who according to the regulations and practice of the Roman Catholic Church is or are for the time being entitled to exercise ecclesiastical Jurisdiction as Ordinary over Roman Catholics living in the said Archdiocese.