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  • ...wn into five areas of responsibility; President of the Aaronic Priesthood, Presiding High Priest, Judge in Isreal, Welfare, and Record Keeping. ...ward. In a news release sent out by the Church entitled ''Latter-day Saint Bishops: Lay Ministers Who Know Something About Service'' it states,
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  • ...ition of bishop is rife with responsibility, and the duties are demanding. Bishops are assisted by two male counselors who collectively constitute the ''bisho ...d [[High Priest|high priest]] in the [[Melchizedek Priesthood]] and is the presiding high priest and common judge for the local congregation. As such, the bisho
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  •|300px|thumb|alt=Mormon Presiding Bishopric|Presiding Bishopric|right]] ...the bishoprics of [[Ward|wards]] (congregations) throughout the world. The Presiding Bishopric is a part of the Council on the Disposition of the Tithes (along
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  • ...s it necessary to hold a disciplinary council. It is the responsibility of bishops and branch presidents, and stake, mission, and district presidents, to help ...Bishop, his two counselors, and twelve other High Priests selected by the Presiding Bishop.
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  • ...the [[First Presidency]], the [[Quorum of the Twelve Apostles]], and the [[Presiding Bishopric]]. This council supervises all expenditures worldwide and establi ...buted by local [[Bishop|bishops]] but maintained by the [[Presiding Bishop|Presiding Bishop]]. Welfare resources are also sent for relief aid to victims of natu
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  • ...ry 5, [[1849]] – December 11, [[1931]]) was the fifth [[Presiding Bishop|presiding bishop]] of [ The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter ...[[Joseph Smith Memorial Building|Hotel Utah]]. In 1925, he was released as presiding bishop and was asked to be second counselor to [[Heber J. Grant]] in the ch
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  • The prophet also proposed that the women elect a presiding officer who would choose two counselors to assist her. Joseph's wife, [[Em ...These societies were to be established in each ward and to be initiated by bishops.
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  • ===Political Party Participation of Presiding Church Officers=== ...not full-time officers of the Church, Area Seventies, stake presidents and bishops are free to contribute, serve on campaign committees and otherwise support
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  • ...ormon Apostle LeGrand Richards]]'''LeGrand Richards''' (1886-1983) was a [[Presiding bishop]] and later a member of the [[Quorum of the Twelve Apostles]]. He w ...Elder Richards was called as presiding bishop of the Church. He served as presiding bishop until 1952, when he was called as a member of the Quorum of the Twel
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  • ...esus Christ of Latter-day Saints] from 1916 to 1938. He served under two [[Presiding Bishop]]s, [[Charles W. Nibley]] and [[Sylvester Q. Cannon]]. ...e Institution|ZCMI]] shoe factory. He began working in the office of the [[Presiding Bishopric]] on February 1, 1890. In the spring of 1898, he became chief cle
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  • [[H. David Burton]], the thirteenth [[Presiding Bishop]] of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1995 to 20 Philanthropies] is a department of the Office of the Presiding Bishopric and is responsible for coordinating the funds donated to the Chur
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  • ...ow | first = Daniel H., ed. | title = Encyclopedia of Mormonism | pages = "Presiding Patriarch" | location = New York | publisher = Macmillan Publishing | year [[Category:Bishops]]
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  • ...from October 6, 1856, to his death on July 31, 1884. He served under two [[Presiding Bishop]]s.
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  • ...lve Apostles]], and the [[Seventy]], as well as the establishment of other presiding offices and quorums.
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  • ...Aaronic Priesthood quorums and Young Women classes and provide support to bishops and other adult leaders as they serve this rising generation.[https://www.c ...s time, the Young Men organization functioned under the direction of the [[Presiding Bishopric]])
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  • ...ugh the office of bishop is an Aaronic Priesthood office, men called to be bishops hold the [[Melchizedek Priesthood]] and hold the office of [[High Priest|hi
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  • ...h the position of bishop is an Aaronic Priesthood office, men called to be bishops hold the Melchizedek Priesthood and hold the office of high priest so they
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  • the pulpit! It would be most discourteous to stand in the middle of the presiding officer’s message, make one’s way over an entire row of brethren, and t [[Category:Bishops]]
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