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He was two weeks away from ordination, his son said, when he decided he no longer wanted to be a priest.
No period of preparation was necessary, at least in the beginning, for the ordination of an Aglipayan priest.
There he saw the ceremony of ordination performed, and expressed warm approbation of the Anglican ritual.
And the rejoicing thus variously represented is according to Divine ordination.
He told me himself, that ever since his ordination he has assumed what he calls a priestly garb.
His long vacations had ended, ordination was at hand, and his life-work would begin in the month of October.
THE ART OF DISAPPEARINGJOHN TALBOT SMITH
The University as a step to anything but ordination seemed, to this man of fixed ideas, a preface without a volume.
No other intimation of God's concurrence is infallible—no call by a congregation, no ordination by a presbytery or by a bishop.
He's going to have to hint at the possibilities of close co-ordination and co-operation between members of his own species.
INDIRECTIONEVERETT B. COLE
A few weeks before his appointed ordination, young Gano joined the Southern army.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS

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