reordain

reordain

(ˌriːɔːˈdeɪn)
vb (tr)
to ordain again
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When he returned, Nanagambhira began to reordain monks according to the teachings of the Sihala Nikaya he had studied while he was in Sri Lanka.
By losing seniority, the reordained monk falls to the bottom of the social hierarchy of the Order.
The youngest bhikkhu among the reordained seven, Venerable Tep Vong, was appointed Vice-Chairperson of the Central Committee of the Khmer United Front for National Construction and Defence; as a preceptor he conducted the 'official' reordination ceremonies of former bhikkhu in Phnom Penh and in each province.
Ja Un Sunim was a Tung San Vinaya School Master who travelled to Sri Lanka and was reordained there before returning to S Korea and ordaining my bhikkhuni teacher.
Javorova was not invited to be reordained, although apparently her bishop asked her not to exercise priestly ministry, and she has complied.
They thus felt themselves in a position to demand that the entire Ethiopian population be rebaptised in the Catholic religion, and that the clergy be reordained. The result was civil war, which was resolved only by the abdication of the Catholic king and the reinstatement of the Ethiopian Orthodox faith.
In case of reordination, how is it made clear that reordination is not invalidating the service of ordained ministers in the church from which the reordained minister comes?
The bishop disavowed the theory of apostolic succession and expressed his opinion that it was unnecessary for Nonconformists to be reordained if they united with the Church of England.
306, 13) on the ex-Arians who had followed Demophilus at Constantinople but were reintegrated by Nectarius, the Armenian adds that Nectarius reordained the clergy.
When he entered the Vatican's College of Propaganda, the seminary for students from mission countries, he stated that he would have "difficulty" about being reordained. "I could not say that Anglican orders were invalid," he wrote.
Financial considerations have caused many married clergymen to delay leaving: if they cannot be reordained what are they to do with their wives and families?
It has taken years, of course, for trees to grow along the new avenues and on some disappropriated green areas but, one by one, the structural axes were implanted, river-dams and balancing lakes checked seasonal flooding, construction rights were reordained, and the formation of forested areas in private properties was stimulated.