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I hold the belief that all love that is true is foreordained and consecrated in heaven.
consists in touching with oil consecrated by a bishop several parts of
And after listening attentively for some time Coifi again cried out, "'I advise, O King, that we instantly abjure and set fire to those temples and altars which we have consecrated without reaping any benefit from them.
When I was a child I heard an old minister say that a house was not a real home until it had been consecrated by a birth, a wedding and a death.
And the day and the strength were consecrated to labor, and that labor was its own reward.
I also became a poet and for one year lived in a paradise of my own creation; I imagined that I also might obtain a niche in the temple where the names of Homer and Shakespeare are consecrated.
The church buildings in Foleshill Road were originally consecrated in 1842, but the church was firebombed the same night as Coventry Cathedral on November 14 1940.
The ceremony at York Minster will also see the Rev Dr Toby Howarth consecrated the Bishop of Bradford.
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.
A NEW assistant bishop will be consecrated at a service in Llandaff Cathedral next week.
Diocesan Chancellor David McClean said there were no exceptional circumstances involved in the case to justify a departure from the rule that Christian burials in consecrated ground were final.
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.