Consecration

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(In English, these are usually referred to as "blessings," rather than "consecration.")
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*'''[[Consecration of a bishop]]''' to make a [[priest]] into a [[bishop]]
 
*'''[[Consecration of a bishop]]''' to make a [[priest]] into a [[bishop]]
 
*'''[[Consecration of a church]]''' to bless a church for use
 
*'''[[Consecration of a church]]''' to bless a church for use
*Consecration of a person (the [[Monasticism|monastic life]])
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*''Consecration'' may also be used to refer to the setting aside of a person into [[monasticism]]
  
  

Revision as of 03:51, May 6, 2008

Consecration may refer to three different liturgical acts:

  • Consecration may also be used to refer to the setting aside of a person into monasticism


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