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Monsignor

Monsignor (abbr. Mgr., from Ital., monsignore, ‘my lord’). In the Roman Catholic Church, a title given to members of the ‘papal household’. In most cases, however, the holder is a ‘supernumerary’ and the title is only honorary. All archbishops and bishops are entitled to it.

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Monsignor

Mon·si·gnor / mänˈsēnyər; mən-/ • n. (pl. Mon·si·gno·ri / ˌmänsēnˈyôrē/ ) the title of various senior Roman Catholic positions, such as a prelate or an officer of the papal court.

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monsignor

monsignor: see orders, holy.

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