What's The Difference Between Archdiocese And Diocese?


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An archdiocese is a larger diocese; it assists in the governance of a wider territory (such as Chicago, Paris, New York, and even Omaha). As it is larger and more influential than a diocese, the ecclesiastical territory brings with a higher ecclesiastical title, specifically as an archdiocese, and its shepherd is termed an archbishop.

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