Definition of Consecrated. Meaning of Consecrated. Synonyms of Consecrated

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- synonym for to consecrate is to sanctify, a distinct antonym is to desecrate. Images of the Buddha and bodhisattvas are ceremonially consecrated in a broad...
- Church, a consecrated virgin is a woman who has been consecrated by the church to a life of perpetual virginity as a bride of Christ. Consecrated virgins...
- really being validly consecrated. Even if the consecrator has no valid intent or consecration, either one of the co-consecrators will still be able to...
- makes the consecrated life a more exacting way of Christian living is the public religious vows or other sacred bonds whereby the consecrated persons commit...
- Chrism, also called myrrh, myron, holy anointing oil, and consecrated oil, is a consecrated oil used in the Anglican, ****yrian, Catholic, Old Catholic...
- that of hermits and consecrated virgins. Although the state of consecrated life is neither clerical nor lay, institutes of consecrated life can be called...
- member of an institute of consecrated life, but desire its recognition by the Roman Catholic Church as a form of consecrated life nonetheless, the 1983...
- established the Consecrated Women and the Lay Consecrated Men of Regnum Christi as Societies of Apostolic Life.[citation needed] The Consecrated Women of Regnum...
- A bishop is an ordained, consecrated, or appointed member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight...
- The Lay Consecrated Men of Regnum Christi are a branch of the Regnum Christi movement made up of lay men who dedicate themselves full-time to apostolate...
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