consecrated


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Synonyms for consecrated

given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

Synonyms for consecrated

solemnly dedicated to or set apart for a high purpose

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made or declared or believed to be holy

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The book also delves into the consecrated lives of men of great faith like Abraham, Moses, Aaron, Joshua, Deborah, Samuel, Elijah, Elisha and many others in the Bible.
Valles appealed to the clergy and other consecrated persons to renew themselves spiritually, especially this 2018, the Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons.
Valles also calls on the faithful to continue supporting the clergy and consecrated persons in their journey as 'servants to the servants of the Gospel.
It occurred to me that the point of consecrated life is to point.
I do not think money should be on the Holy Table with the consecrated body and blood of Christ.
Consecrated ground: Walter Bartram's ashes were exhumed from Bromsgrove Old Cemetery so he can be 'set free'.
THE new bishop of St Asaph will be consecrated at Llandaff Cathedral next week.
A NEW assistant bishop will be consecrated at a service in Llandaff Cathedral next week.
The spiritual leader of the Anglican Church has warned that the fellowship will be in "grave peril" if another gay bishop is consecrated before the troubled church has time to heal.
He famously consecrated the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King in a ceremony attended by Princess Margaret in May 1967.
Diocesan Chancellor David McClean said there were no exceptional circumstances involved in the case to justify a departure from the rule that Christian burials in consecrated ground were final.
While such requests are understandable, they fly in the face of the principle that Christian burial ( that is burial of a body or cremated remains in a consecrated part of a cemetery ( is final.
The church was consecrated in 1813 and demolished in 1899.
who struggled here have consecrated it far above our poor power to add or detract.