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What are the religious titles for bishops and archbishops?
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Archbishop: The Most Reverend (Full Name), (any postnominals), Archbishop of (Place); bishops in the U.S. commonly indicate their terminal degree (s) as postnominals, e.g., J.C.D. or S.T.D., or Ph.D. or D.D.; His Excellency; Your Excellency. Titular archbishops almost never indicate their respective sees in their titles.
Titular bishops almost never indicate their respective sees in their titles. What do you call a bishop? Your site says bishops and archbishops are addressed in conversation as ‘Bishop (Name)’ or ‘Archbishop (Name)’.
Real archbishops are primates of autocephalous or autonomous (regional) churches, and they have actual jurisdiction over other bishops, while honorary archbishops are in fact just diocesan bishops with honorary titles of archbishops and no jurisdiction outside their own diocese.
An archbishop is the head of diocese that is considered to be particularly important for some reason (an archdiocese). In sacred matters, an archbishop is the equivalent of a bishop, but "archbishop" is considered to be a more prestigious title. As the residential bishop, an archbishop is also known as the local ordinary.
A bishop assigned to a Catholic diocese or archdiocese to assist its residential bishop. Whether in a diocese or archdiocese, his title is bishop. bishop. The highest order of ordained ministry in Catholic teaching. Most bishops are diocesan bishops, the chief priests in their respective dioceses.