The former Archbishops of Canterbury and York are created lords temporal ie receive life peerages. The status of "emeritus" emerged after the Second Vatican Council when bishops were at first encouraged and then required to submit their resignations at the age of The Caeremoniale Episcoporum recommends, but does not impose, that in solemn celebrations a bishop should also wear a dalmaticwhich can always be white, beneath the chasuble, especially when administering the sacrament of holy ordersblessing an abbot or abbess, and dedicating a church or an altar.
Any such priest who to date has been the subject of such reprisal must be publicly restored and exonerated. Elected from the laity and clergy of each diocese, it meets in London or York at least twice annually. The preferred style of individual religious communities should be checked The Church of England: Forms of Address Salutation.
Alternately they chair sessions of the Crown Nominations Commission who identify and approve candidates for appointment as diocesan bishops. The House of Clergy comprises clergy other than bishops who have been elected, appointed or chosen, together with ex officio members and up to five co-opted members.
Sub-Divisions Dioceses are divided into archdeaconries, deaneries a group of parishes forming a district within an archdeaconry and parishes overseen by a parish priest, also called a vicar or rector.
Eastern Catholic[ edit ] The everyday dress of Eastern Catholic bishops is often the same as their Latin Church counterparts: black clerical suit with pectoral cross or panagia. The cappa magna may be worn, but only within the bishop's own diocese and on especially solemn occasions.
When participating in the Divine Liturgyan Eastern Catholic bishop will wear the sakkos Imperial dalmaticomophorionepigonation and Eastern-style mitre.
Vicars are now appointed to most new livings. The truth is that too many bishops perhaps yourself knew about this and did nothing.
Traditionally, bishops appointed ordinaries or auxiliaries served for life.