Priestly Ordination

Some articles on priestly ordination, ordination:

Deacon - Catholicism, Orthodoxy, Anglicanism - Roman Catholicism
... training, who received the order several months before priestly ordination ... of ordaining to the diaconate men who were not candidates for priestly ordination ... a collegiate course of study, and a year of post-ordination formation as well as the need for lifelong continuing education credits ...
San Sebastian Parish - Clergy - Diocesan Priests
... Antique BIRTH DATE December 19, 1961 PRIESTLY ORDINATION March 24, 1990 Parish Priest, Holy Trinity Parish (Ideal Subd ... Balagtas BIRTH DATE June 22, 1950 PRIESTLY ORDINATION March 10, 1976 Parochial Vicar, St ... Baranda, JCL BIRTH DATE October 1, 1949 PRIESTLY ORDINATION March 24, 1974 Parish Priest, St ...
Roy Bourgeois - Controversy - Excommunication
... a celebrant in, and delivered the homily during the ordination of Janice Sevre-Duszynska under the auspices of the group Roman Catholic Womenpriests, which rejects the Church's teaching on the all-male ... and public statements that support the ordination of women in our Church, or (he) will be excommunicated." Bourgeois refused and so was, at least technically, excommunicated latae ... did Bourgeois recant his position on women's ordination to the priesthood ...
Ordinatio Sacerdotalis
... Ordinatio Sacerdotalis (Latin for On Ordination to the Priesthood) is an Apostolic Letter issued by Pope John Paul II on 22 May 1994, whereby the Pope expounds the teaching of the Catholic Church's ... declare that the Church has no authority whatsoever to confer priestly ordination on women and that this judgment is to be definitively held by all the Church's ... similar process can be observed in the more recent teaching regarding the doctrine that priestly ordination is reserved only to men ...

Famous quotes containing the words ordination and/or priestly:

    Two clergymen disputing whether ordination would be valid without the imposition of both hands, the more formal one said, “Do you think the Holy Dove could fly down with only one wing?”
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)

    Writing fiction has become a priestly business in countries that have lost their faith.
    Gore Vidal (b. 1925)