Who is a Bishop?
A bishop is a priest who has been appointed to lead a diocese, which is a territory that can have a city or a department’s size, grouping churches, therefore parishes that are the territories of the churches.
The bishop decides what to do in his diocese to announce the good news. He is discussing with the other dioceses to make the priests travels. He can intervene on the radio. He represents the church and the Pope’s word. Thus the Vatican, which is the territory of the Pope, can decide what the dioceses do.
A bishop emeritus is a former bishop who has left office. He’s kind of retired.
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