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However, in order to live a consecrated life, the book highlights certain things one must let go in one's life, and these are one's eyes, mouth, lips, tongue, heart, money, fashion trend, lying spirit, unforgiving spirit, disobedience, gossiping, among others.
Let us all together, lay, clergy and consecrated persons, remain united with Jesus.
The surveys second question was: "What would become of the world if there were no consecrated persons?
The Reverend Canon David Wilbourne will be consecrated Assistant Bishop of Llandaff on April 4 at 2.
The Anglican Church, with 77 million members, has been split since 2003 when the US Episcopal Church consecrated the first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson, of New Hampshire.
He was consecrated an Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool in 1965 and in June 2005 celebrated 40 years as a bishop in a special mass at the cathedral so closely associated with him.
Mr McClean said: "Once a body or ashes have been interred in consecrated ground, in a churchyard or consecrated section of a municipal cemetery, there should be no disturbance of the remains, save for good and proper reasons.
Mr McClean, quoting the comments of another church judge in a similar case, added: "Once a body or ashes have been interred in consecrated ground, whether in a churchyard or in a consecrated section of a municipal cemetery, there should be no disturbance of the remains save for good and proper reason.
Incidentally, although St Paul's Church was consecrated in 1779, the spire was not added until 1824.
Consecrated in 9BC by Augustus Caesar to mark his victories in Gaul and Spain, the Ara Pacis (altar of peace) is an unparalleled surviving masterpiece of Classical sculpture, with finely worked bas reliefs depicting a picturesque array of allegorical, historical and mythological scenes in idealised, Grecian manner.
The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract.
Huynh is part of the young generation of performing artists who, in her words, "are now ready for such a promotion, ready to be consecrated with such a title, ready to be on the frontlines.