He was also residentiary canon of Chester Cathedral and diocesan director of ordinands from 1990-1994.
What does DDO stand for?
DDO stands for Diocesan Director of Ordinands (Church of England)
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We have 49 other meanings of DDO in our Acronym Attic
- Daily Dose of Optimism (blog; investing)
- Démarche Départementale d'Observation (French: Departmental Process Observation)
- Departmental Duty Officer
- Deputy Director of Operations (US CIA)
- Deputy District Officer (Pakistan)
- Designated Days Off
- Designated Detention Officer (UK police)
- Digital Data Objects
- Digital Data Out
- Diocesan Development Office (Catholic Church)
- Direct Debit Option (payment method)
- Direct Dialing Overseas (Nortel)
- Discount Drugs Online
- Discrete Digital Output (NASA)
- Disobeying a Direct Order
- Distillate Diesel Oil
- District Directorate Officer
- Dogues de l'Ouest (French: Dogs of the West)
- Dollard des Ormeaux (Montreal District)
- Double Die Obverse (numismatics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He was the former priest-in-charge at Birchencliffe and assistant Diocesan director of ordinands.
He left Upton to become Director of Pastoral Studies at Ridley Hall and in 1984 returned to the North West as Residentiary Canon, Chester Cathedral and Diocesan Director of Ordinands.