unordained

unordained

(ˌʌnɔːˈdeɪnd)
adj
archaic not decreed or declared
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PAM evolved to meet the changing educational needs of unordained UCC ministerial leadership.
Only one story about the ordination appeared in Baptist Press, the SBC's official news service, and in that article the writer offered the comment that "women graduates of Southern Baptist seminaries usually enter church vocations in education or music, become teachers or are appointed as unordained missionaries." (29) At the next gathering of the Southern Baptist Convention in June 1965, Addie's name was not mentioned nor was the topic of women's ordination addressed--at least not from the floor.
(11) "Mr." was the formal address for an unordained Jesuit in the Theologate.
She edited three books: Preaching and the Unordained, Claiming Our Truth: Reflections on Identity by United States Women Religious, and Journey in Faith and Fidelity, wrote two volumes of history of the Adrian Dominicans: Seeds Scattered and Grown and To Fields Near and Far, and a biography of the congregation's longest-serving prioress, Mother Mary Gerald Barry, OP: Ecclesial Woman of Vision and Daring, in addition to numerous journal articles.
(46) Other issues noted by Kasper include Catholic concerns about the use of nontrinitarian formulas in baptism, permitting unordained persons to preside at the eucharist, and a casual way of treating the elements after communion.
At Dalhousie University in Halifax, Clement Mehlman has been an unordained Lutheran chaplain for 16 years.
Those who, as in former times, are deeply experienced in the life of the Spirit and have a special charism for reconciliation and conversion of others are now very distinctly barred from the ministry of sacramental or ecclesial reconciliation if they are women or unordained men.
A special amulet from a debtera--an unordained church figure sometimes seen to possess occult powers--also functions to deflect the buda's gaze.
Kusuma (Dasasil xxi) explains that "due to their unordained condition, the Dasasil Matas are seen as a marginalized group in Sri Lanka today.
(30) It started strategically by sending unordained Nothelfer (emergency helpers), equipped with a basic education, to North America and allowing local congregations to issue the call and provide for ordination.
Kirby is an unordained Methodist layperson who doesn't even belong to the [Disciples of Christ] church," he says.