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A consistory may refer to:
- In the Roman empire, a formal meeting of the comites consistoriales
- Consistory court, a type of ecclesiastical court in the Church of England
- A papal consistory, a formal meeting of the Sacred College of Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church
- In Scandinavia, the chapter of a cathedral
- Consistory (Protestantism), a distinct governmental and ecclesiastical office in Europe
- In continental Reformed churches, a session or governing body of a local church
- Consistory (Judaism), a body governing the Jewish congregations of a province or of a country, primarily those under French influence; also the district administered by the consistory
- The Spiritual Consistory, an ecclesiastical office in the Russian Orthodox Church during the Synodal-period
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