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A '''cathedral''' is the principal [[church]] of a [[diocese]], containing the throne of the [[bishop]].  The name derives from the Latin ''cathedra'' meaning chair or seat.
A '''cathedral''' is the principal [[church]] of a [[diocese]], containing the throne of the [[bishop]].  The name derives from the Latin ''cathedra'' meaning chair or seat.

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A cathedral is the principal church of a diocese, containing the throne of the bishop. The name derives from the Latin cathedra meaning chair or seat.