When you think about what it’s like to sit in a church with a group of strangers, the first thing that comes to mind is that of a priest.
You may have heard the term priest in the context of the priesthood, or even a religious order.
But the term actually refers to a group or congregation of lay people.
That includes priests, religious orders, lay people, laypeople, priests, priests of any religious order, and anyone who does a lot of spiritual work.
The idea is that the clergy has the power to influence the lives of others, and the people who receive those spiritual gifts have a role to play in the world, too.
But just how often do we actually get to sit with a priest?
According to the United Church of Canada, only about 15 percent of priests are ordained, which means that they serve a smaller percentage of the population than a typical minister.
What’s more, it takes about six months to become a priest, which is significantly shorter than a layperson’s time.
That’s why there’s no shortage of priests looking for a more comfortable way to minister to their congregations and friends.
It can be challenging to find a priest who is a lay person.
That is partly because there aren’t many places that offer such a service in Canada, said David Brown, a professor of theology and biblical studies at St. Francis Xavier University in Ontario, Canada.
Some of the biggest concerns about finding a priest in Canada is that you might not be able to find someone who has a similar experience or background.
The United Church, for example, does not allow priests who have been ordained in any country to be lay people in the same way that lay people can be priests.
But in the United States, the Church allows lay people to be ordained in some ways, such as with a lay minister or with a parochial minister.
It’s up to the priest to decide whether he or she wants to go into a parishes ministry.
When you ask people who have gone through ordinations what their experiences were, most would not talk about the ordinations.
In fact, they would only say that they were a part of a group, such a group that was more likely to give them the experience.
“The ordinations can be very stressful, but we have to remember that we are going into a place where we’re expected to have a strong pastoral role,” said Sarah Rinaldi, a Catholic priest in Florida and an ordination counsellor at the Archdiocese of Miami.
“We can’t expect the ordination to be a one-size-fits-all, one-year-at-a-time experience, but rather a commitment to be there for the next few years.”
It’s also important to remember, Brown said, that while priests do receive a stipend from the church, it’s not guaranteed.
“Priests are not paid a stipension because they’re ordained,” he said.
“It’s the way that they are compensated.”
And, Rinaldian said, the stipend can also vary by the ordinariate, such that the priest could be compensated with other forms of income.
The same is true for the lay people who are ordained as priests.
Some ordinarians will be paid a living stipend that will pay for living expenses while they are still in the diocese, said Sarah Smith, a priest and ordination consultant at the Catholic Charities International Network in Canada.
But this amount could vary depending on the ordinary.
It could be as little as $50 per week, or more than $300 per week depending on how much time the priest spends as a lay priest, she said.
Rinaldei, who is now an ordained minister, says that the ordinaire in the US can pay priests more than that, depending on their experience.
That may be because the ordiniates work in a different time zone and they are more able to accommodate a lay leader.
But Smith said the amount of money they get paid varies depending on what ordination they are.
Lay people who go to ordinaries in the West are often paid significantly more than lay people going to ordinations in the East.
The ordination of lay priests in Canada has also been complicated by the fact that the federal government is paying more money to ordain priests.
“This is a different level of bureaucracy that is happening in the U.S.,” said Smith.
“Ordinaries are going to be paying for this, and we can see that as an additional expense.”
But if you do decide to go to a lay congregation or parish, Brown advises that you should talk to the pastor and ask them about ordinations as well.
He also says that you can ask your bishop about ordination in your diocese.
The lay minister may have a few different questions, including what it would cost to attend