ordain in a sentence

Use ordain in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] 1. destine; 2. confer holy orders on a priest; 3.order;

He had recently been ordained a priest.

New secretly ordained priests were often treated more harshly.

I was ordained a priest in 2004.

No married man may be ordained a bishop.

Some members serve their churches as ordained clergy.

The King ordained that they should not be lost.

Her grandfather was an ordained Presbyterian minister.

Bishop Walker was ordained a deacon in 1954.

Finally he was ordained as a minister.