Synonyms for episcopate

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Well, I 'd not object to the Episcopate if there was some good shooting in the diocese.

To restore the episcopate was from this moment his steady policy.

Happily the French episcopate are worthy and equal to the emergency.

This is why the Ebionites, who had no Episcopate, had also no idea of Catholicity.

The creation of the episcopate, on the contrary, was the work of the second century.

But already, on June 29, Douglas had entered the episcopate of Durham.

From this important position one usually passed to the episcopate.

Hyginus dying after the fourth year of his office, Pius received the episcopate.

He wished to show that the episcopate is the title of a work, not of an honour.

After resigning his episcopate, he always lived and taught at Cologne.

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bishopric

nounjurisdiction of bishop
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