Yet, until now, in the Orthodox movement, ordination has been granted only privately and rather infrequently.
Before the boy had awakened to his situation, the day of his ordination arrived.
At the close of the ordination the blessing from the new priest began.
In France I corresponded with a Wesleyan chaplain on the subject of orders and ordination.
Long afterward she recognized how deeply the ordination had affected her.
Both of these branches are obtained through Joseph Smith, who received his ordination in a supernatural manner.
It may be the ordination of the Unknown that I should Pass before he arrives.
Grostte sent back a curate who came to him for ordination dressed in rings and scarlet like a courtier.
They are ordained of God because they arrange the ordination.
His oft-repeated prayer for ordination having been answered, he looked to the camps as the field of his future endeavor.
early 15c., "the act of conferring holy orders," from Old French ordinacion (12c.) or directly from Latin ordinationem (nominative ordinatio) "a setting in order, ordinance," noun of action from past participle stem of ordinare "arrange" (see ordain).