The House of prayer and Metropolitical Church of Holy person Subside in York, normally known as York Minster, is the basilica of York, Britain, and is one of the biggest of its kind in Northern Europe.
The minister is the seat of the Ecclesiastical overseer of York, the second-most elevated office of the Congregation of Britain, and is the mother church for the Ward of York and the Territory of York.
It is controlled by a senior member and section, under the Dignitary of York.
The title "minster" is ascribed to places of worship built up in the Somewhat English Saxon time frame as evangelist showing temples and serves now as an honorific title.
Administrations in the minster are in some cases viewed as on the High Church or Old English Catholic end of the Anglican continuum.