Archbishop: Quiz

Question 1: Many of the titular sees to which ________ and heads of departments of the Roman Curia who are not cardinals are assigned are not of archiepiscopal rank.

Question 2: [1] In some cases, such a see is the only one in a country, such as ________[2] or Monaco,[3] too small to be divided into several dioceses so as to form an ecclesiastical province.

Question 3: If an archbishop resigns his see without being transferred to another, as in the case of retirement or assignment to head a department of the ________, the word "emeritus" is added to his former title, and he is called Archbishop Emeritus of his former see.
Roman CuriaCatholicismCatholic ChurchPope

Question 4: However, the word "archeparch" is not found in the ________.
Eastern Catholic ChurchesCatholic ChurchRoman Catholic (term)Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches

Question 5: In Roman Catholic heraldry, an archbishop has an ecclesiastical hat with ten tassels on each side of his ________, while a bishop has only six.
Royal coat of arms of the United KingdomUnofficial emblem of TurkeyRoyal coat of arms of ScotlandCoat of arms

Question 6: In the Eastern Orthodox Church of Greek tradition, the title of Archbishop usually indicates some form of leadership of the other bishops of the local church (who may be metropolitans), as in the ________ and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.
Ecumenical Patriarchate of ConstantinopleHistory of the Orthodox ChurchChurch of GreeceChurch of Cyprus

Question 7: An archbishop (from Greek ἀρχι-, chief, and ἐπίσκοπος, bishop) is a ________ of higher rank, but not of higher sacramental order above that of the three orders of deacon, priest (presbyter) and bishop.

Question 8: An example is the Archdiocese of Hobart in ________, associated with the Metropolitan ecclesiastical province of Melbourne, but not part of it.
BarbadosCanadaUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 9: Accordingly, one does not become an archbishop by ________.

Question 10: Episcopal sees are generally arranged in groups in which the bishop who is the ________ of one of them has certain powers and duties of oversight over the other sees.
PopeBishop (Catholic Church)OrdinaryCatholic Church hierarchy

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