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Meanings and phrases
- fixed or established especially by order or command; ); appointed; decreed; prescribed
- invested with ministerial or priestly functions
- He was ordained a priest on June 7, 1879 in Naples.
- Alemany was ordained a priest on March 11, 1837.
- On December 14, 1941, he was ordained a priest.
- He was ordained priest on April 21, 1974 in Rome.
- He was ordained priest in Hamar Cathedral on 19.12.
- He had become an ordained priest only one day earlier.
- He was ordained deacon in 1954 and priest in 1955.
- He was ordained deacon in 1952 and priest in 1953.
- He was ordained deacon in 1909 and priest in 1910.
- He became an ordained minister in December 2013.
- Educated in theology, Knight was an ordained minister.
- In 2012, he became an ordained minister.
- That year he was ordained a deacon by Bishop Hobart.
- He was ordained a deacon in 1949 and a priest in 1952.
- He was ordained a deacon in 1946 and a priest in 1948.
- He was ordained bishop on 24 August of the same year.
- He was ordained bishop on December 10, 2011.
- The latter was ordained bishop on 20 August 1843 and administered the diocese from then onwards.
- Ordained in 1866, he began his ordained ministry as a curate in Buckingham.
- Apart from bishops, there are two other orders of ordained ministry: deacon and priest.
- Duff trained for ordained ministry at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, an evangelical Anglican theological college.
- On 14 May 1934 he was ordained a bishop in the St Martin's Cathedral, Ypres.
- Petar Čule was ordained a bishop on 4 October 1942 in the Church of Saint Peter and Paul.
- An archimandrite is a priest who has taken monastic vows and is theoretically in line to be ordained a bishop.