Other Archbishops of the Anglican Communion (Wales, Armagh and Dublin)
How to Address Other Archbishops of the Anglican Communion
The recommended style of address is as follows:
|Beginning of letter||Dear Archbishop|
|End of letter||Yours sincerely|
|Envelope||The Most Rev the Lord Archbishop of Wales; The Most Rev the Lord Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All Ireland; The Most Rev the Lord Archbishop of Dublin and Primate of Ireland|
|Description in conversation||The Archbishop of Wales/Armagh/Dublin|
The Archbishop of the Church in Wales signs himself (after a cross) Forename Cambrensis; the Archbishop of Armagh signs himself Alan Armagh, and the Archbishop of Dublin signs himself John Dublin.
On resigning, an Archbishop reverts to the status of a Bishop, and should in principal be addressed as Rt Rev rather than Most Rev. By courtesy, however, he may still be addressed as Archbishop, unless he is actually appointed as a Bishop in this country - when he will be addressed as a Bishop.