PTO

(redirected from Permission to Officiate)
AcronymDefinition
PTOParent-Teacher Organization (variant of Parent-Teacher Association)
PTOPaid Time Off
PTOPatent & Trademark Office
PTOPower Take-Off
PTOPátio (Portuguese postal usage)
PTOPermit to Occupy (property rights)
PTOPermission to Operate (utilities)
PTOPlay the Objective (gaming)
PTOPersonal Time Off
PTOPhantom of the Opera
PTOPacket Timeout
PTOPublic Telecommunication
PTOPointer Table Overflow
PTOPower Take Off
PTOPermission to Officiate (license; Church of England; UK)
PTOProperty Tax Oversight (Florida)
PTOProduce to Order
PTOPacific Theater of Operations
PTOPublic Trust Office (various locations)
PTOPurchase to Own
PTOPermit to Operate
PTOPolish Tourist Organisation
PTOPolice Training Officer
PTOPoker Tracker Omaha (online poker software)
PTOPublic Telecommunications Operator
PTOPlease Turn Over
PTOPre-Trial Order
PTOPlanned Task Observation (job safety)
PTOPerson Trade-Off
PTOPermeability Tuned Oscillator
PTOPublic Telephone Operator
PTOParachute Training Organisation (UK)
PTOPick to Order
PTOProfessional Technical Officer (UK)
PTOPowertrain Operations
PTOPurdue Terrestrial Observatory (Indiana)
PTOProfessional Try-Out (professional sports)
PTOPaltamo (Railway Station Code)
PTOPersonal Trainer One (software)
PTOPrisoner Transfer Order (US Corrections)
PTOPublic Tender Offer
PTOPrison Talk Online
PTOPush to Operate
PTOProntuario Terapeutico Ospedaliero (Italy)
PTOProgramming and Training Officer
PTOPart-Time Officer
PTOPulse Train Oscillator
PTOPort Transportation Officer (US Navy)
PTOPreliminary Technical Order
PTOPresentation Text Object
PTOPure Trust Organization
PTOParticipating Test Organization
PTOProfessional and Technology Officer
PTOPower Transmission Overdrive
PTOPrivilege Ticket Order (Indian Railways)
PTOPoetry Today Online
PTOPing Time Out
PTOPayment, Treatment or Operations (protected health information can only be shared for PTO purposes)
PTOPercent Time Operable
PTOPeacetime Training Objective (US Air Force)
PTOPage Turn Over (musical term)
PTOPakistan Trade Office
PTOPrimary Test Organization
PTOPlanting Thought Organics (Los Angeles, California)
PTOPost-Transient Operation
PTOProcess Time Observation
PTOPallet Truck Operator
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"In line with common practice for retired clergy, he was given the Bishop of Newcastle's 'Permission to Officiate', meaning he was authorised to lead worship in support of the full-time clergy in local parishes."
"In line with common practice for retired clergy, he was given the Bishop of Newcastle's 'Permission to Officiate', meaning that he was authorised to lead worship in support of the full-time clergy in local parishes."
Following the service a presentation was made to Rev Peter, Rev John, and Rev Judy with thanks for all that they continue to do for the parish as clergy with permission to officiate. Coffee was served in the church hall.
Although no longer a practising Anglican minister, Mr Collyer was still listed in Church of England Birmingham Diocesan Board of Finance documents from 2011 as having "permission to officiate".
While the investigations are carried out and the outcome of this process is awaited Dr Crowe's permission to officiate has been withdrawn and he will not undertake parish duties."
Although he has not been defrocked, the ban means if Mr Waters wishes to apply for a licence or obtain permission to officiate in any Diocese of the Church in Wales again, he must provide written medical evidence that he is not at risk of repeat behaviour.
"Having admitted the offence, Mr Waters has been inhibited (prevented) from holding a licence or obtaining permission to officiate in any Diocese in the Church in Wales.
"However, now it is time to enjoy new challenges and I have been given permission to officiate at services at other churches by invitation in future."
Bishop Jim Cowan said seven priests in his diocese of British Columbia, angered that they may not offer same-sex blessings, signed a petition asking to have their permission to officiate at weddings withdrawn from the diocese and will make other provisions for marriages to take place at their churches.
He is thought to have left the vicarage in Pentir with his wife and family on Friday, but has not moved to another job with the Church in Wales because he has been denied permission to officiate.
Archbishop George Carey spoke of a theoretical possibility, that if Moyer asked permission to officiate in the diocese of Canterbury, he would not hesitate to give it.
Paul Carter, who was previously on leave without permission to officiate from the diocese; Rev.