ordainable

ordainable

(ɔːˈdeɪnəbəl)
adj
able to be ordained
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at 793-94 ("[H]uman law does not prescribe concerning all the acts of every virtue, but only in regard to those that are ordainable to the common good.
To say that a woman is not ordainable and cannot serve in persona Christi--as a deacon, in the person of Christ the servant-is to argue against the incarnation.
consists in that quality of the act itself on account of which this act is according to right reason ordainable to the last end.