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    Holy Orders

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    Holy Orders Holy Orders is a Sacrament at the Service of Communion that Jesus gave the Church to pass on to men. It was set up to provide ministers of service to the Church. Those who have received this sacrament are members of a college that dedicates their lives to become servants of the Word of God. They are called to live a life of self-denial, celibacy, and sacrifice for the well being of other beings. Holy Orders gives different powers and authorities in the Church on three different

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    sacraments of Christian Initiation are Baptism and the Eucharist. Confirmation completes the grace of Baptism through the outpouring of the gifts of Holy Spirit. Confirmation is a rite of initiation of not only Catholicism, but other Christian denominations too. Confirmation 's roots can be found in the New Testament, it is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, and its practice has not derived much from the Early Church practice. The origin of the Sacrament of Confirmation is found in the New Testament

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    The Use of Oils in Sacraments

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    The Use of Oils in Sacraments 'Go, then, to all peoples everywhere and make them my disciples: baptize them in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit…'; Many of the sacraments that are celebrated today involve the use of oil. Baptism and confirmation are the two principle sacraments involving oils. In the Church liturgies, the actual significance of oil is often not known (or at least not fully) to the members of the parish faith community. This paper will examine the meaning of oil

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    the Church order of both areas. The meaning and use of types of prayer and scripture are introduced in The Apostolic Tradition and the contemporary Catholic liturgy, revealing a connection and development among them. One section of The Apostolic Tradition focuses on the offering of cheese and olives however, it includes a prayer that is used in the modern Catholic Liturgy. “But in every blessing shall be said: To you be glory, to the Father and the Son with the holy Spirit, in the holy Church, both

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    there exists an order of hierarchy for clerical ranks. The first and highest rank is known as the Episcopate Rank, and is composed of all the Bishops. Next is the Presbyterate rank, which is made up of all the priests. The third and final is the deaconate rank, which is a subordinate rank in the hierarchy of orders in the Coptic Orthodox Church. The deaconate order is broken into five sub-ranks: Archdeacon, Deacon, Sub-deacon, Reader, and Chanter. Why was there a deaconate order? In Acts 6:1,

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    The Seven Sacraments

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    Confirmation, Marriage, Holy Orders, and lastly, Anointing of The Sick. For each of these sacraments I will tell you who the ordinary ministers are, some pertinent symbols of the sacrament and also the significance of the sacrament. The first sacrament is Baptism. The ordinary minister of Baptism is a Priest, Bishop or Pope (not Deacon). In special cases anybody can baptize as long as they follow the proper form of the church. (De Ferrari 63) A pertinent symbol of Baptism would be Holy Water, which symbolizes

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    Church Gender Roles

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    obtain. They are submissive and must teach their fellow husbands how to be in good with God, the son, and the holy spirit. In sermons

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    Essay On Sacraments

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    time, since most receive it as infants, but in precedence, since the reception of the other sacraments depends on it. Baptism is the first of the three Sacraments of Initiation, the other two being the Sacrament of Confirmation and the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Once baptized, a person becomes a member of the Church (The

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    celebrated six years before (as in those dioce... ... middle of paper ... ... Chrism is the oil used in the Sacrament of Confirmation; it is also used in the Sacrament of Holy Orders to ordain priests (presbyters and bishops), and in the dedication of church buildings and other solemn blessings. The other two holy oils are the Oil of the Sick which is used in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick to bring healing and strength, and the Oil of Catechumens which is used to strengthen

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    The Seven sacred Sacraments in the catholic lifestyle are Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Marriage, Holy Orders, and finally the Anointing of the sick (“The Seven Catholic Sacraments”). Baptism Baptism is the first sacrament of initiation acting as a transition into the other sacraments (“Sacraments of the Catholic Church”). It is the true sacrament of rebirth (quote) it is something by which it is people are included into the church in a bind of togetherness through baptism

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