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The bishop declares his intent by asking for "Divine Grace," the ordinands are led to the altar, and both ordinations (of men and of women) take place within the sanctuary during the Eucharist.
Two questions Bishop Thomas always asked of potential ordinands or applicants for work in the diocese were whether they were gentlemen, and 'will his wife pass muster as a lady?
Many of these students take the evening classes simply out of interest, their eyes caught by a poster or a plausible paragraph in a prospectus, but about half of the faces in front of me on any given evening belong to people studying theology as part of their training for accredited ministry in the church--normally Anglican and Methodist ordinands and Anglican Reader trainees, but sometimes others as well.
After the "amen," the archbishop then vested the ordinand with the diaconal orarion (a long stole symbolic of the diaconal office), placing it around her neck, under her maphorion, and bringing the two ends of the stole around to the front.
At the end of the nineteenth century in Burma one observer noted that the ordinand was asked to identify the accessories of ordination, the robes and bowl, as his own.
Like the scriptures, figurative' (Letters, II, 67; 19 February 1819), Keats's figurative focus on a nightingale's song expresses his 'favorite Speculation' about 'spiritual repetition', set out in that letter of 22 November 1817 to Benjamin Bailey, the Oxford ordinand.
Upon graduation he wanted to become an Anglican minister, but he was shy of 24, the minimum age for an ordinand seeking consecration to the priesthood in the Church of England.
It had been laid down by the Council of Chalcedon(4) that no Bishop was to ordain anyone unless he were prepared to keep him at his own expense, the ordinand has visible means of support, or a title by which he could be maintained until he found employment.
Ayla Lepine is a Visiting Fellow in Art History at the University of Essex and an ordinand at Westcott House
The reader was David Steele and the sermon was given by Charleen Smith, a trainee ordinand from Mirfield, who is training in the Holme Valley.
While reading Law at Oxford University, he received a vocation to the ordained ministry, and on being accepted as an ordinand of the Church in Wales, began a degree in Theology in Cambridge.
Jesse stars alongside Martin Shaw as young ordinand Raphael in Death In Holy Orders, a gripping murder mystery based on the PD James novel, in which he's at the top of the suspect list.
To the bishop an ordinand was to present testimonials of his character, orthodoxy, and general fitness for the ministry from local clergymen and from the bishop's commissary and governor of the colony.
One used to think that the central moment of ordination occurred when the bishop handed over the paten and chalice (traditio instrumentorum) to the ordinand with the words: "Receive the power of offering sacrifice for the living and the dead.
In Mystical Paths Nicholas looks back from a perspective of twenty years to describe events in 1968, when he was still an ordinand or seminarian studying to be a priest in the Church of England.