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... University and Saint Vincent Seminary, he was ordained into the priesthood in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he served for seven decades ... His brother Patrick was also an ordained priest in Pittsburgh and a canon lawyer ... Rice (June 1918 – June 8, 2010), was an ordained priest in Dublin and similarly elevated to the Canonry ...
... it was Klassen's intention that every worthy Creator be an ordained minister in the church, not everybody is a leader and some have more experience ... Ordained ministers in Creativity are those who have proven themselves to be the right material, and have passed the Minister's Exam, written or vocally ... a several page essay as to why they wish to be ordained a minister in the religion ...
... 23 July 1981 Gordon B ... Hinckley called as a Counselor in the First Presidency ...
... Born in Mandalay, he first ordained as a novice monk (samanera) on 14 April 1943 at the age of 16, during Thingyan celebrations ... He was ordained under Sayadaw U Pannavata at the Mahavijjodaya Chaung Monastery on the Sagaing Hills and given the Dharma name Sīlananda ... Four days later, he was re-ordained at Mandalay's Payagyi monastery ...
... In the 1999, the AOCCW ordained Theresa Margaret Wilson, a nun and founder of the Benedictine Order of St ... Wilson, the first female ordained in the denomination would then go on to be ordained as a priest and finally, in 2005, became bishop of the Diocese of Colorado ...
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