It would be nice to show a little support to the man and the church, we may all need them in the near and not so distant future.
A Church of England Glossary:
What's an institution? It's the term used to denote the admission of a new incumbent into the 'spiritualities' (spiritual things) of a parish or benefice. The institution is performed by a Bishop of the Diocese or their deputy – in this case our Archdeacon.
What's an incumbent? The holder of a parochial charge from the bishop.
What's an induction? The term used to denote the final stage, after nomination and institution, in the appointment of a new incumbent. Whereas the institution places priests in the possession of the 'spiritualities' of the benefice, the induction gives them possession of the 'temporalities' (earthly things). After institution, the bishop issues a mandate for the induction to the archdeacon, who lays the hand of the priest on the key(s) of the church door(s). The priest then tolls the bell, and is placed by the archdeacon in the seat of the incumbent in the church.
What's a Patron? A person or body of people who have the right to nominate a member of the clergy to a benefice. In our case the Bristol Cathedral Chapter.
What's a Chapter? The name given to a group of clergy that governs a Cathedral.'