Abbess

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An '''abbess''' (feminine form of ''abbot'') is the superior of a female [[monastic]] community.  She is appointed by a [[bishop]] and under his supervision exercises general authority over her community.
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An '''abbess''' (feminine form of ''abbot'') is the [[superior]] of a female [[monastic]] community.  She is appointed by a [[bishop]] and under his supervision exercises general authority over her community.
  
 
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==See also==

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An abbess (feminine form of abbot) is the superior of a female monastic community. She is appointed by a bishop and under his supervision exercises general authority over her community.

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