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How Do You Greet a Bishop?

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Bishops are verbally addressed as ?Bishop (last Name)?. In a conversation, he may be addressed as ?Bishop? without name while more formally he may be addressed as ?Your Excellency?. Some people however prefer to greet him by kissing their rings, which should be avoided in situations where the Bishop is embarrassed by this gesture.
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