Traducción de ordinand en Español:


ordenando, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɔrdəˌnænd//ˈɔːdɪnand/


  • 1

    ordenando masculino
    • Its resident priests and ordinands are surely not exemplars of unalloyed virtue; indeed, they all have reason for committing the murders.
    • The ‘reality’ about the Church is that it last year ordained 569 new deacons - 50 per cent more than four years ago - and that today there are more than 1,600 ordinands in training, it says.
    • Her priests and ordinands are fallible human beings, but they are serious about their faith and committed to their calling.
    • As one of my characters says, these may be priests and ordinands, but they are still men.
    • Bishop Clarke explained that throughout the Church of Ireland there is a shortage of ordained clergy and of ordinands.