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    Catholicismpowerpoint holyorders-110427225013-phpapp02(1) Catholicismpowerpoint holyorders-110427225013-phpapp02(1) Presentation Transcript

    • By: Alex Countee
    • Minister of Holy Orders The minister of Holy Orders is the bishop. “All bishops have the power to pass on the three ministries of bishop, priest, and deacon.” (Introduction to Catholicism: A Complete Course)
    • How do we celebrate Holy Orders? This sacrament is usually celebrated on a Sunday Mass. The Church also welcomes as many lay people as possible. The essential rites is the laying of hands on the head of the ordinand. (Introduction to Catholicism: A Complete Course)
    • Requirements to receive Holy OrdersYou must: Be a baptized male of excellent character. Have a interior and exterior calling. Have necessary knowledge of the nature of Holy Orders. Be the proper age, currently set at 24 years. Have a commitment to lifelong celibacy, except for permanent deacons. Study theology and be otherwise trained in his profession, in respect for his proper office. (Introduction to Catholicism: A Complete Course)
    • Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II entered the seminary when Poland was occupied by Nazi Germany. He said that the priesthood was a “wondrous exchange” between God and man. While he was escaping the Nazis, he believed the Lord wanted him to become a priest. (Introduction to Catholicism: A Complete Course)
    • The Role of Priests The priest’s role is to assist and obey the orders of the bishop. They have the ability to administer the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist, Baptism, Anointing of the Sick, and even Confirmation. (Introduction to Catholicism: A Complete Course)