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Presbyters are often referred to as ''Father'' (Fr.), though that is not an official title. Rather, it is a term of affection used by Christians for their [[ordination|ordained]] elders. In this context, a priest's first name is generally used after the word father.
Priests are often styled as '''Reverend''' (Rev.) and therefore referred to as Rev. Fr. [[Archpriest]]s and [[Protopresbyter]]s are styled as '''Very Reverend''' (V. Rev.), while [[Archimandrite]]s are styled as '''Right Reverend''' (Rt. Rev.).
[[Monastic]]s who are ordained to the priesthood are known as ''hieromonks''.