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Word: ordination

Definition: ceremony conferring holy orders; ceremony of ordaining a priest

Sentences Containing 'ordination'

After his ordination he became chaplain in Adony.
After ordination Fr Hughes spent three years in Rome, undertaking research.
After receiving episcopal ordination, he took possession of the Diocese on February 23, 2005.
After receiving rabbinical ordination in 1920, Marcus was appointed to the faculy of HUC, where he began teaching biblical history.
Being not yet ordained, however, he was known as bishop-elect until 2007, when his official ordination took place.
Co-ordination of all party activities across all federated groups is undertaken through the Federal Executive.
Dhammadharini was home to several renunciates (women training for ordination), as well as their teacher, Ayya Tathaaloka.
During his twelve years at the seminary, he was a self-described "very liberal seminarian," questioning Catholic teaching on clerical celibacy and the ordination of women.
During Kimball's presidency, Tanner read the church's announcement that race was no longer to be a barrier to ordination to the priesthood in general conference.
Every year in the Tamil month of Chithrai the people of the village are celebrating the Car festival with full co-ordination.
Having determined to become a priest, he proceeded to Paris, where after ordination he spent the first years of his priesthood.
He built the Andaw-thein Ordination Hall.
He espoused conventional Evangelical views - for example on women's ordination and supported Mary Whitehouse in her campaigns.
He has also opposed the ordination of homosexuals as clergy.
He has expressed his opposition to the ordination of women as priests but accepting their ordination as deacons in the Sydney diocese.
He is opposed to the ordination of women as bishops.
He later graduated from Yeshiva University, where he earned a BA in mathematics and received rabbinical ordination from Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik.
He received episcopal ordination from Cardinal Secretary of State Angelo Sodano on 3 July 2002.
He received his Bachelor of Religious Education degree from the Rabbinical College of America, and Rabbinical Ordination in 1982 from Central Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim, Brooklyn, New York.
He returned after the revolution in 1917 and sought ordination in the Orthodox Church where he would become its champion apologist against the Renovationists.
He was a member of Babri Masjid Co-ordination Committee.
He was Archdeacon of Cumberland until his ordination to the episcopate.
His episcopal ordination will take place on Wednesday 19 March 2014, the Feast of Saint Joseph.
His sacerdotal ordination was on February 8, 1962, and his episcopal ordination was on May 3, 1976.
Hong Kong Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre
However, independent groups disagree on the ordination of women, homosexuality, abortion, contraception, divorce, and other issues that are controversial also in more mainstream sections of Christianity.
If the disciple commits to accepting all the precepts, and recites them with the monk, then he has finished his lay ordination.
ii.2) we gather that forty-five years elapsed between his ordination and his death.
In 1803 the first ordination in Ohio, of record, Bishop Francis Asbury ordained Rev. John Wrinshall on September 10, 1803 in Hopewell Church.
In 1892 Vilatte travelled to India where he obtained ordination to the episcopacy by the Oriental Orthodox bishops in India.
In 1894, he received Rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Shmuel Salant and his Rabbinical court.
In both the Chinese Ch'an and Japanese Zen traditions, a ceremony of taking refuge in the Triple Gem as well as the receiving of the precepts (受戒 ) is a type of lay ordination.
In December 2004, she received a Gelongma full monastic Bhikkhuni ordination of Vietnamese Zen Buddhism.
In the early 8th century, Dao'an gained the support of Emperor Zhongzong of Tang, and an imperial edict was issued that the saṃgha in China should use only the Dharmaguptaka Vinaya for ordination.
In the next few years Niyogi was associated with the Co-ordination Committee of the Communist Revolutionaries, the precursor of the Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist).
In the past he has called for reconsideration of the church's teachings on a variety of controversial issues, including the ordination of women.
It is therefore clear that the Orthodox Communion does not, and will not, accept as valid any ordination ceremonies of clergy not accepted into their own communion.
Like several other parishes, the people of St Thomas' decided not to accept the Ordination of women.
On these days particularly prayers are offered for theological institutions, the ordained, and those preparing for ordination.
Originally a student of theology, he attended the Collegium anglicum in Rome, from where he obtained a lower ordination.
Rotmistrov's tactic to close at speed disrupted the control and co-ordination of the Soviet tank formations and also greatly reducing their accuracy.
She worked as journalist in the public relation fields and as photographer until her monastic ordination.
Since the orders of the EOC were not regarded as valid by the Orthodox bishops, the reception of clergy into mainstream Orthodoxy was always accompanied by ordination.
Spektor received his "semikah", or ordination, from Benjamin Diskin and from R. Isaac Ḥaber of Tiktin (later of Suwałki).
The MRCC is a co-ordination centre and neither possesses nor has direct command over search and rescue (SAR) resources.
The ordination of deacons and priests was done at St Albans Cathedral in Pretoria.
The ordination procedures for receiving precepts in the Chinese tradition are laid out in the fourteenth chapter of the Sutra on Upasaka Precepts (優婆塞戒經受戒品第十四).
The victories of 1982 had been built on a modest, but solid, co-ordination and co-operation between the regular army of Iran; and the religious militia of the Pasdaran, and the Basij.
Therefore an ordination ceremony that concerns only the individual himself does not correspond to the understanding of ordination held by the Roman Catholic Church and is subsequently without efficacy.
These relationships ended because the PNCC rejects the ordination of both women and sexually active homosexuals.

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