[ UK /ɪpˈɪskɒpə‍l/ ]
[ US /ɪˈpɪskəpəɫ/ ]
  1. denoting or governed by or relating to a bishop or bishops
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How To Use episcopal In A Sentence

  • That's like sending an Episcopalian to oversee the Vatican for 20 years.
  • Dr. Annalu Waller, a computer scientist and expert in augmentative and alternative communication, is also Scotland's first disabled woman Episcopalian priest. Archive 2007-05-01
  • On his arrival, M. Myriel was installed in the episcopal palace with the honors required by the Imperial decrees, which class a bishop immediately after a major-general.
  • Article IX called into question the right of episcopal conferences to oversee their own liturgical translations. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
  • V with regard to episcopal elections, and passed several disciplinary decrees directed against existing abuses, such as simony and concubinage among the clergy. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux
  • The title of archbishop ceased to be used for these two sees of the episcopal church in Scotland after the revolution of 1688.
  • Clergy and lay deputies to a special convention of the diocese on November 7 voted to invite Bishop Duncan back into leadership of the diocese 50 days after the House of Bishops of The Episcopal Church voted to remove ( "depose") him. Stand Firm
  • At the same time, many contemporary Episcopal congregations clamor for more and more in-depth adult - education offerings.
  • Bishops' activities were confined to their own dioceses and monasteries exempted from episcopal interference.
  • They are autonomous, episcopal, Protestant Churches in fellowship with the Church of England.
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