How to Address an Anglican Brother

Brother: Anglican

—-Envelope:
—-—-Brother (Full Name), (initials of order)
—-—-(Monastery/institution)
—-—-(Address)

—-Letter salutation:
—-—-Dear Brother (Given Name):

—-Conversation:
—-—-Brother (Given Name)
How to address an anglican brother

A brother is a member of a religious order who takes vows and provides non-sacramental service. This contrasts with priests who are ordained members of orders.  Brothers are more likely to work in education, health care, or social work. Brother is frequently used as an honorific and in place of a name in conversation by members of a church: Brother (name) or Brother.  See also Roman Catholic Brother.
—-—-– Robert Hickey Honor & Respect

See Related Anglican/Episcopal Posts:------Archbishop ------Bishop- ------Bishop, Presiding ------Dean ------Archdeacon ------Priest, Mother, Father ------Brother

Robert Hickey author of "Honor & Respect"

When Should You Use the Forms on this Page?

You can use these forms of address for any mode of communication: addressing a letter, invitation, card or Email. (If there are differences between the official and social forms of address, I will have mentioned the different forms.)  The form noted in the salutation is the same form you say when you say their name in conversation or when you greet them.

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Robert Hickey author of "Honor & Respect"