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Use the map below to find learn more about each diocese including a link to their own external website. For the boundaries of the diocese of London, and the boundary changes 16thth cent., see Extent & Boundaries of the Diocese of London (Guildhall Library, typescript, ), ; another copy is held at the Manuscripts enquiry desk.

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The line has remained unbroken and it’s been the same diocese since the beginning. Krisdun May 1,pm # Some would argue the line was broken in The more recently established Catholic diocese covering that geographical area today is not the same as the original diocese of Canterbury. THE title Diocesan Boundaries must suggest to many people a report which contains an arid discussion of a piece of ecclesiastical mediate reaction modified by glancing through this book published mined to a large extent by the nature of a diocesan bishop's proper place in the life of his diocese and of the Church at large.

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Later returns for the entire diocese accounting for the Protestants living within its boundaries for the years andarranged by parish, also survive – the result of a census ordered to be carried out by the Most Revd Thomas Lewis O’Beirne, bishop of Meath –, in a bid to understand the extent of his diocese in the early.

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Ten years later Pope Pius IX restored the hierarchy; the London District ceased to exist and its place was taken by the new Dioceses of Westminster and Southwark, the former including all London north of the Thames and the counties of Middlesex, Essex, and Hertford, the latter embracing London south of the Thames and the rest of the old vicariate.

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Safeguarding children, young people and. As the diocesan, Bishop Lawrence of course retains full control over the licensing of clergy to minister within the boundaries of the Diocese.

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