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There is no official remuneration, though a pastor may elect to give a stipend," Dailey said.
Timothy Mc Donnell, bringing the total number of such ordinations, during the last 10 years Mc Donnell has headed the diocese, to 26.At the prompting of the Second Vatican Council, the permanent diaconate was restored in the Roman Catholic Church. "At the time of his ordination, a permanent deacon can be married.The request to allow the ordination of both celibate and married men to become permanent deacons was granted by the Vatican in 1968. But, should his wife pass away, he must remain celibate for the remainder of his life, though some exceptions to this have been granted from Rome for younger deacons," Dailey said.This has allowed "married men to be ordained, and to serve," Dailey noted, "without leaving married life." "The permanent diaconate is a four-year program as well, but the program is not as intensive and is generally in the evenings, as candidates have jobs," Dailey said." After four years, they are ordained as permanent deacons.