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Oftentimes, if a person is buried in consecrated ground, examiners must also get permission from local religious authorities.
Despite this, he was granted a posthumous royal pardon, his body removed from Pentonville Prison and reburied in consecrated ground, St Patrick's Catholic Cemetery, Leytonstone.
Suicide was considered a mortal sin and the deceased could not be buried in consecrated ground.
Mr Annis said: "After the bodies have been examined, Richard Annis they will be re-buried in consecrated ground nearby.
Now two years on and racked with guilt, Dorothy has won the right to dig up the consecrated ground.
Given that Burton was an agnostic and Islamophile, who devoted much of his time to translating those Oriental sex-manuals The Perfumed Garden and the Kama Sutra, his exotic mausoleum is a rather unlikely object to find on consecrated ground.
Church law then decreed no one who committed suicide could be buried on consecrated ground - and the change in the position of the gravestone was a halfhearted compromise to appease the mounting anger over such shoddy treatment of a hero, who had gone home to work as a farm labourer.
Ten years ago archaeologists found a shallow unmarked grave just outside the consecrated ground at the church.
But I can assure them that whatever remains do have to be disturbed will be treated with the utmost respect when they are moved and re-buried on consecrated ground.
If death rituals were observed--that is, if the dead were properly buried in consecrated ground, a network was maintained between the dead, the living, and the ground connecting them.
Santos got his jotters and Celtic's fans were encouraged to add another layer to the legend that their team's home pitch has special powers so unique the place is adjacent to consecrated ground.
Mr Kelly's remaining family, who received an official apology from police in 2003, then mounted a campaign to have his body exhumed and re-buried on consecrated ground.
According to legend, Emidio, determined to be buried in consecrated ground, picked up his severed head and walked with it to the nearest Christian graveyard.
One was for burials in consecrated ground (Church of England) and the other for unconsecrated ground (everyone else).
What was once ordinary earth is now consecrated ground and a blessed space that holds the remains of hundreds of early pregnancy losses.