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Titles and forms of address for the Aristotlelian Church

 
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Titles and forms of address for the Aristotlelian church and It's Orders. To be followed by definitions of such for the unindoctrinated.


  • The Pope shall be refered to as Your or His Holiness depending.
  • The Pope is also the Bishop of Rome, Archbishop of the Roman Province, and Supreme Pontiff of the Aristotlelian Church.

  • The Cardinals shall be refered to as Your or His Eminence depending.
  • The Sacred College follows the Pope in precedence in the Church, and makes up an advising body similar to a senate. The position of Cardinal does not add any episcopal jurisdiction, and so is properly not a hierarchical position. A Bishop or Archbishop who is named a Cardinal keeps his dioceses. His authority as Cardinal (papal elector, member of the consistory and college, etc.) is in addition to his archiepiscopal or episcopal authority. Most Cardinals are previously bishops before receiving the title, but, if they are not, they are ordained Bishop before being made Cardinal.

  • The Archbishops shall be referred to as Your or His Grace depending.
  • An Archbishop administers an ecclesiastical province, which is a group of two or more dioceses, while at the same time administering his own diocese (called the archdiocese). He is responsible directly to the Pope.

  • The Bishops shall be referred to as Your or His Excellence, and in England, my Lord or his Lordship depending.
  • Bishops are the regular administrators of a diocese, their see. Every Bishop is responsible to his Archbishop.

  • Priests, Abbots, and Priors shall be refered to as Father or Your Reverence depending.
  • Priests are in charge of their parishes, or the administartion of the Church or one of It's orders. Abbots and Priors are ordained male Clergy, selected from among their abbeys or priorys respectively, and fullfill all functions that a Priest would to his parish.

  • Abbesses and Prioresses shall be refered to as Mother or Your Reverence depending.
  • Abbesses and Prioresses are ordained female Clergy, selected from among their abbeys or priorys respectively, and fullfill all functions that a Priest would to his parish.

  • Monks and Friars shall be refered to as Brother or Father for ordained members depending.
  • Monks and Friars are members of an abbey or priory, respectively, who have dedicated their lives to the work of the Church.

  • Nuns shall be refered to as Sister or Mother for ordained members depending.
  • Nuns are members of an abbey or priory, respectively, who have dedicated their lives to the work of the Church.


[OOC]The following are a list of additional titles that may be attached to, or replace, an existing title but may or may not be used in game[/OOC]
Other titles that can be granted by the Church:
Apostolic Delegate - a diplomat representing the Holy See to the government of a country.
Apostolic Nuncio - highest rank of diplomat representing the Holy See.
Chaplain - a Priest who works with a particular group or sector, not in a parish, for example, a university, airport, port, the armed forces etc.
Dean - the Parish Priest of a cathedral parish who has day-to-day responsibilty for the running of the cathedral.
Legate - a Papal diplomat.
Monsignor - a title given by the Pope to a Priest in recognition of some particular role, for example, a senior chaplain or the general secretary of a Bishops' conference.
Prelate - an honourary title given to senior Priests, generally those working in Church administration.
Rector - the Priest in charge of a seminary or university. Also of any church which is not a parish or monastery (for example, a pilgrimage church).
Vicar General - a Priest who helps the Bishop in administering the diocese.

The preceeding is not official word from the Aristotelian Church and was scribed by Loyats of Canterbury after research of the Vatican Archives.
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