Les visiteurs épiscopaux provinciaux (en anglais, Provincial Episcopal Visitors, PEV) sont des évêques qui, depuis 1994, occupent une fonction pastorale particulière au sein de l'Église d'Angleterre, desservant des paroisses dispersées. À cette date, en effet, l'introduction de l'ordination des femmes au sacerdoce a été accompagnée de provisions particulières pour les paroisses qui y sont opposées en conscience.

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  • Les visiteurs épiscopaux provinciaux (en anglais, Provincial Episcopal Visitors, PEV) sont des évêques qui, depuis 1994, occupent une fonction pastorale particulière au sein de l'Église d'Angleterre, desservant des paroisses dispersées. À cette date, en effet, l'introduction de l'ordination des femmes au sacerdoce a été accompagnée de provisions particulières pour les paroisses qui y sont opposées en conscience. À leur demande, ces paroisses peuvent bénéficier de l'accompagnement pastoral et sacramentel d'un visiteur épiscopal, tout en restant sous la juridiction de l'évêque territorialement compétent. Les visiteurs épiscopaux, populairement dénommés « évêques volants », sont nommés par l'archevêque métropolitain (de York ou de Cantorbéry), dont ils sont des suffragants et ne participent pas aux ordinations de femmes au sacerdoce.
  • Visitador Episcopal Anglicano é um bispo sufragâneo inglês, também chamado de Bispo Vagante (Flying Bishop) responsável pelo cuidado pastoral dos fiéis anglo-católicos em uma Província Eclesiástica Anglicana. Tais fiéis são aqueles que não podem, por questão de consciência, aceitar o ministério sacramental de uma mulher ou de algum clérigo que tenha participado em tais ordenações—indo diretamente contra a doutrina católica que eles aceitam.De acordo com os atos do Sínodo Geral de 2009, se uma paróquia, por questões de consciência, não pode aceitar uma "sacerdotisa", pode formalmente requerer que nenhuma seja apontada para lá; se o bispo diocesano tiver participado em alguma ordenação do gênero, pode requerer o cuidado pastoral e a cura de almas de outro bispo que não tenha compactuado com tal "ordenação".Há quatro visitadores episcopais anglicanos na Inglaterra, a saber, os bispos de Ebbsfleet e de Richborough -- Província da Cantuária --, de Fulham—Diocese de Londres -- e de Beverley—Província de York.
  • A Provincial Episcopal Visitor (PEV) (popularly known as a flying bishop) is a Church of England bishop assigned to minister to many of the clergy, laity and parishes who do not in conscience accept the ministry of women priests. The system by which said bishops provide certain churches with oversight is referred to as Alternative Episcopal Oversight (AEO).The Church of England ordained its first women priests in 1994. According to acts of the General Synod passed the previous year, if a parish does not in conscience accept the ministry of women priests it can formally request that none be appointed to minister to it. Likewise, if the local bishop has participated in the ordination of women as priests, a parish can request to be under the pastoral and sacramental care of another bishop who has not participated in such ordinations. In such a case the parish still remains in the diocese of the local diocesan bishop, at whose invitation the "flying bishop" makes his visitation.To these ends, the act empowers the metropolitans of the Church of England's two provinces to appoint "provincial episcopal visitors", suffragan bishops whose main purpose is to be available for such visits to parishes across the province. Accordingly, three PEV bishops have been appointed, across the two provinces. They are:Province of Canterbury:The Suffragan Bishop of Richborough: Norman BanksThe Suffragan Bishop of Ebbsfleet: Jonathan GoodallProvince of York:The Suffragan Bishop of Beverley: Glyn WebsterIndividual dioceses can also appoint suffragan bishops to fulfil this role locally. Examples include:Diocese of London: the Bishop has designated the suffragan Bishop of Fulham (Jonathan Baker). Additionally, he performs a similar role as an assistant bishop licensed in the neighbouring dioceses:SouthwarkRochesterDuring the 2010–13 vacancy in the see of Fulham, those duties were temporarily assigned to the Bishop of Edmonton (Peter Wheatley).As of 19 April 2014, the Bishop of Beverley ministered in 10 of the then-14 dioceses in the northern province. The other four dioceses provide different suffragan bishops: Wakefield: the Bishop of PontefractBlackburn and Carlisle: the Bishop of BurnleyYork itself: the Bishop of Whitby;arrangements for alternative episcopal oversight in the new Diocese of Leeds have not been announced.In the southern province, the Bishops of Ebbsfleet and of Richborough each minister in 13 of the 30 dioceses. Three of the remaining four dioceses, London, Southwark and Rochester, are ministered to by the Bishop of Fulham. In the Diocese in Europe, the suffragan (currently also acting diocesan) does not ordain women as priests. The Bishop of Ebbsfleet serves the western 13 dioceses (Birmingham, Bristol, Coventry, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Lichfield, Oxford, Salisbury, Truro, Bath and Wells and Worcester) while the Bishop of Richborough serves the eastern half (Canterbury, Chelmsford, Chichester, Ely, Guildford, St Edmundsbury & Ipswich, Leicester, Lincoln, Norwich, Peterborough, Portsmouth, St Albans and Winchester).In the Church in Wales, the Rt Revd David Thomas was appointed to the analogous office of Provincial Assistant Bishop in 1996 when the province voted to ordain women to the priesthood. No successor was appointed when Thomas retired in 2008.In December 2010, the then Bishops of Richborough and Ebbsfleet resigned to join the Roman Catholic Church. On 5 May 2011, their successors as PEVs were announced.
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  • Les visiteurs épiscopaux provinciaux (en anglais, Provincial Episcopal Visitors, PEV) sont des évêques qui, depuis 1994, occupent une fonction pastorale particulière au sein de l'Église d'Angleterre, desservant des paroisses dispersées. À cette date, en effet, l'introduction de l'ordination des femmes au sacerdoce a été accompagnée de provisions particulières pour les paroisses qui y sont opposées en conscience.
  • A Provincial Episcopal Visitor (PEV) (popularly known as a flying bishop) is a Church of England bishop assigned to minister to many of the clergy, laity and parishes who do not in conscience accept the ministry of women priests. The system by which said bishops provide certain churches with oversight is referred to as Alternative Episcopal Oversight (AEO).The Church of England ordained its first women priests in 1994.
  • Visitador Episcopal Anglicano é um bispo sufragâneo inglês, também chamado de Bispo Vagante (Flying Bishop) responsável pelo cuidado pastoral dos fiéis anglo-católicos em uma Província Eclesiástica Anglicana.
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  • Visitador Episcopal Anglicano
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