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  • adjective Not ordained.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ ordained

Examples

  • Even non-initiates can enjoy; even the nonordained can preach.

    From the Annals of Analog

  • Even non-initiates can enjoy; even the nonordained can preach.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • In the Catholic Church it was spearheaded by Vatican II, which specifically allowed certain formal changes, such as granting permission to the nonordained to be chalice bearers or wine servers at Communion.

    THE DIFFERENT DRUM

  • In the Catholic Church it was spearheaded by Vatican II, which specifically allowed certain formal changes, such as granting permission to the nonordained to be chalice bearers or wine servers at Communion.

    THE DIFFERENT DRUM

  • These include letting nonordained people lead religious services and deliver sermons; making communion available to divorced people who have remarried; allowing women to become priests and to take on important positions in the hierarchy; and letting priests carry out pastoral functions even if, in defiance of church rules, they have a wife and family.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • These include letting nonordained people lead religious services and deliver sermons; making communion available to divorced people who have remarried; allowing women to become priests and to take on important positions in the hierarchy; and letting priests carry out pastoral functions even if, in defiance of church rules, they have a wife and family.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • These include letting nonordained people lead religious services and deliver sermons; making communion available to divorced people who have remarried; allowing women to become priests and to take on important positions in the hierarchy; and letting priests carry out pastoral functions even if, in defiance of church rules, they have a wife and family.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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