an Episcopal Church which is the official church of a bishop of a diocese; sometimes such churches are indicated by the word Cathedral in their name, but not always. Cathedrals are usually in the charge of a priest who is referred to as the Dean of the Cathedral; such Deans are referred to as "The Very Reverend...". Not all large churches are cathedrals; not all cathedrals are large.
The principal church of a diocese or city in which is to be found the bishop's throne or cathedra
The major church in an archdiocese, diocese, or eparchy. It is the seat of the local bishop.
Large church for a couple to marry.
The major church in an archdiocese or diocese. It is the seat of the local Ordinary (diocesan bishop, religious superior or other authority).
a large church or something that resembles one Mississippi: Early Logging
any large and important church
the principal Christian church building of a bishop's diocese
relating to or containing or issuing from a bishop's office or throne; "a cathedral church"
a bishop's church and in it the first bishop's successors, Bishops Tihen, O'Reilly, Beckman and Kucera have presided
a bishop's church, the mother church of a diocese
a Christian Christianity is an Abrahamic religion based on the life and death by crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth as described in the New Testament
a christian church building, specifically of a denomination with an episcopal hierarchy (such as the roman catholic church or the anglican churches),
a Christian church that serves as the central church of a bishopric
a Christiann church buildin', specifically of a denominashun wiff ann episcopal hiurrarchy (sech as th' Romann Cath'lic Church or th' Anglicann churches), which surrves as th' central church of a bishopric
a church at which a bishop is resident
a church containing a cathedra - the throne of a bishop
a church in which a bishop's chair is set up
a church that contains the Bishop's Chair or "cathedra" which is symbolic of the bishop's teaching ministry
a church that is designated to serve as the central church for its Diocese (a geographic and administrative affiliation of churches)
a church where people gather to pray and worship under the leadership of a bishop
a frequently but not always large Christian church
a title given to the major church of a diocese, under the direction of the bishop
The church that is occupied by a bishop. The name is derived from 'cathedra' or throne, which indicates the cathedral as the seat of power for the bishop.
The mother-church building of a diocese, or regional church. The identifying mark of a cathedral, from which it gets its name, is that it houses the cathedra, or bishopâ€™s chair, the symbol of the bishopâ€™s authority over a local church.
The main church of a bishopric. The bishop officiates at the religious ceremonies and practices his spiritual teachings here.
A diocese's cathedral is the church where the bishop makes his headquarters.
The principal church building in a diocese, where the bishop's chair (cathedra) is placed.
the principal church of a diocese; the church which contains the Bishop's Throne
a Bishop's church, from cathedra, the bishop's chair, positioned behind the altar, in the centre of the apse.
A large or impressive church. The principal church of a diocese, containing the Bishop's throne.
An Episcopal church that is the official church of a bishop of a diocese. Not all dioceses have cathedrals.
A curved shape similar to church windows, often used on cabinet doors.
A church that contains the diocesan bishop's seat, throne, or cathedra. The cathedral is the principal church of the diocese.
From the Latin for chair, it is the church that serves as seat or headquarters of a diocesan bishop. The city in which the cathedral is located is the See City.
A Cathedral is a church that is the home church of the Bishop of a Diocese. Cathedrals are administered by a priest who is referred to as the Dean (or sometimes Provost) of that Cathedral. In every Cathedral you will find a seat for the Diocesan Bishop. This seat is called a throne or cathedra, from which the word cathedral derives.
( cathedra, seat or throne) the principal church of a province or diocese, where the throne of the bishop is placed. For reasons lost to time and tradition, a cathedral always faces west - toward the setting sun. The altar is placed at the east end. The main body, or nave, of the cathedral is usually divided into one main and two side aisles. These lead up to the north and south transepts, or arms of the cross, the shape in which a cathedral is usually set out.
Main Church of a Diocese where the Bishop has his throne.
The church that contains the bishopï3/4's throne (cathedra).
The Greek word for ‘seat' is ‘cathedra'. A cathedral is where the seat or throne of the bishop may be found.
The Episcopal church that is the official church of a bishop of a diocese. Such churches are often indicated by the word Cathedral in their name. Cathedrals are usually in the charge of a priest who is referred to as the Dean of the Cathedral. Not all large churches are cathedrals; not all cathedrals are large. In Western New York: St. Paul's Cathedral is located at 128 Pearl Street in downtown Buffalo.
The principal church of a diocese where the bishop has the throne
The main church of a diocese.
A cathedral is a religious building for worship, specifically of a denomination with an episcopal hierarchy, such as the Roman Catholic, Anglican and some Lutheran churches, which serves as a bishop's seat, and thus as the central church of a diocese. As cathedrals are often particularly impressive edifices, the term is often used incorrectly as a designation for any large important church.