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Question 1: In the ________, the metropolitan is the head of those autonomous particular Churches that, though they consist of several eparchies, are not large enough to be placed under the authority of a patriarch or a major archbishop.
Latin RiteEastern Catholic ChurchesEast–West SchismRoman Catholic theology

Question 2: many Vatican officials and papal nuncios and ________ are titular archbishops) are never metropolitans.
JordanPhilippinesNuncioSyria

Question 3: The metropolitan is obliged to request the ________, a symbol of the power that, in communion with the Church of Rome, he possesses over his ecclesiastical province.
Roman Catholic theologyFlabellumPapal MassPallium

Question 4: In the ________, the title is used variously.
Orthodox ChurchEast–West SchismChristianityEastern Christianity

Question 5: carrying out, for reasons approved beforehand by the ________, a canonical inspection that the suffragan bishop has neglected to perform;
Catholic ChurchSt. Peter's BasilicaHoly SeePope

Question 6: They presided over synods of bishops, and were granted special privileges by ________ and sacred tradition.
Roman lawCanon lawNatural lawCanon law (Catholic Church)

Question 7: In the ________, ecclesiastical provinces, composed of several neighbouring dioceses,[2] are each headed by a metropolitan, the archbishop of the diocese designated by the Pope.
Pope Gregory ICatholic ChurchPope John Paul IIPope Paul VI

Question 8: serving as the default ecclesiastical court for ________ from decisions of the tribunals of the suffragan bishops.
Common lawLawsuitJuryAppeal

Question 9: Most metropolitans, but not all, are styled ________.
Catholic Church hierarchyArchbishopBishop (Catholic Church)Pope John Paul II

Question 10: In the ________, a metropolitan is generally the head of an ecclesiastical province (or cluster of dioceses) and ranks immediately under the primate of the national church (who is often also a metropolitan).
AnglicanismAnglican CommunionEpiscopal Church (United States)Catholicism







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