Vicar-general

Definition of Vicar-general

(Ch. of Eng.) The deputy of the Archbishop of Canterbury or York, in whose court the bishops of the province are confirmed.
- Addis & Arnold.
(R. C. Ch.) An assistant to a bishop in the discharge of his official functions.
- Encyc. Brit.

See also: Vicar Vicar

Related Words

Church of Rome, deputy, lieutenant, Roman Catholic, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church
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