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    • OUTLINEI. The Celebrants of the Sacramental LiturgyII. Different Degrees of Orders in the ChurchIII. Conclusion
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGYThe entire Mystical Body of Christ performs a public worship.Sacrosanctum Concilium 26-27
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGY1. The community of the baptized people – the Church – is a priestly community that takes part in the liturgy. “consecrated to be a spiritual house and a holy priesthood” (LG 10) common priesthood
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGY2. The liturgy is an action of the Church that is hierarchically structured. “All the members do not have the same function.” (Rom 12:4) ministerial priesthood
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGY2. The liturgy is an action of the Church that is hierarchically structured. ordained minister - an „icon‟ or image of Christ the priest
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGY2. The liturgy is an action of the Church that is hierarchically structured. Concelebrations - manifest the unity of priesthood and the Church
    • THE CELEBRANTSOF THE SACRAMENTAL LITURGY2. The liturgy is an action of the Church that is hierarchically structured. particular ministries - execute some pastoral and liturgical tasks
    • DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ORDERSIN THE CHURCH“Ordo” and “Ordinatio”Constituted Bodies in the Church: 1. ordo episcoporum 2. ordo presbyterorum 3. ordo diaconorum
    • DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ORDERSIN THE CHURCH1. ordo episcoporum (bishops)fullness of priestly powersuccessors of the apostles
    • DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ORDERSIN THE CHURCH2. ordo presbyterorum (priests)united to the bishopsdepend on the bishopsadministering the sacraments that do not require episcopal powers
    • DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ORDERSIN THE CHURCH3. ordo diaconorum (deacons)ordained for the service of the Churchassists the priests and the bishopsservice of charity
    • CONCLUSIONWho is the celebrant?the entire community united in Christ the Headthe ordained minister