Sacramental Orders

Sacramental Orders

"?Susan Wood has made a fine contribution to the liturgical theology and ecclesiology with this book.

Author: Susan K. Wood

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814625223

Category: Religion

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Ordained ministry cannot be understood by itself or only in its relationship with Christ. It must find its identity in relationship to the Church, for it exists to serve and build up the Church. In Sacramental Orders Susan Wood places the theology of ordained ministry within its ecclesial foundations, identifying four concepts that shed light on different aspects of ordained ministry and its relationship to the Church: a monarchical and hierarchical concept; a eucharistic, collegial model of ministry representing the communion of particular Churches; the priest, prophet, and king, which structures the concept of the Church as the people of God; and a theology of the Church as a sacrament of Christ and ordained ministry as a sacrament of the Church. Sacramental Orders is a liturgical and theological study of ordained ministry grounded in the liturgy of the 1990 typical edition of the rites. It addresses the three Orders within the one Sacrament of Order: bishop, presbyter, and deacon. By including each order with this study, the interrelationship between the three becomes more apparent, and the theology of one is allowed to inform the theology of the others. Wood points out that one of the challenges in theologies of ordained ministry today is to distinguish a bishop from a presbyter when both are ordinations to the priesthood and presbyters are assuming a greater ministry of oversight as they pastor more than one parish, and to distinguish deacons from presbyters at a time in church history when deacons are assuming more presbyteral functions. Sacramental Orders also focuses on the mutual reciprocity in the relationship between liturgical rite and the theology of the sacrament as explained in ecclesial documents. The ordination rites reflect the theology expressed by Vatican II and yet also present a theology of the sacrament embedded in the liturgical texts and actions. Chapters are "The Ecclesiological Foundations of Ministry," "The Liturgical Rite of the Ordination of a Bishop," "The Sacramentality of Episcopal Consecration," "The Liturgical Rite of the Ordination of Presbyters," "Theology of the Presbyterate," "The Liturgical Rite of the Ordination of Deacons," and "Questions Concerning the Diaconate."?Susan Wood has made a fine contribution to the liturgical theology and ecclesiology with this book.? Theoforum?. . . a must-read for bishops, Commissions on Ministry, aspirants, seminarians and anyone who cares about the church?s order and its relation to worship. . . . Susan Wood has crafted an enormously helpful volume. Reading, rereading, and digesting it will further our discussions, clarify terminology, and above all show in a very practical instance how to do sacramental theology out of the rites themselves.? Open?Wood provides a thorough and reliable introduction to the theology of orders on the basis of and in relation to the official Roman Catholic rites for the ordinations of bishops, presbyters, and deacons.? Theological Studies". . . must be welcomed as an excellent resource for anyone studying this aspect of liturgical theology at university level." In Illo Tempore"This study is an invaluable summary of the most up-to-date scholarship and pastoral implications surrounding the sacrament of order." Emmanuel"The book should work well in masters level courses in conjunction with larger historical surveys and theological works." Theological Studies"The book is dense, not in the sense of being incomprehensible, but rather in the sense that it is packed with food for thought and further study." Liturgy Network Newsletter"The work can be recommended as an example of a careful exercise in liturgical theology and for its insight into the prevailing approach to the meaning of the sacrament of Order in the Roman liturgy." David N. Power, O.M.I. The Catholic University of America Washington, D.C.
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Understanding the Sacraments Holy Orders

Understanding the Sacraments  Holy Orders

a priest to higher status , though there was considerable discussion about
whether this office was also a true sacramental order . The permanent diaconate
( order of deacons ) was restored in 1972 . Permanent deacons can be married
or ...

Author: Lawrence E. Mick

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 0814631940

Category: Religion

Page: 23

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Holy Orders
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The Distinction Between the Episcopate and the Presbyterate According to the Thomistic Opinion

The Distinction Between the Episcopate and the Presbyterate According to the Thomistic Opinion

Perhaps in the light of the above teaching of St . Thomas on sacramental
character we can more readily and more easily understand the wisdom of the
Angelic Doctor in maintaining that the episcopate is not a sacramental order
distinct from ...

Author: George Edward Dolan

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B3379543

Category: Church polity

Page: 173

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Categories: Church polity

Anglican Orders are They Valid

Anglican Orders   are They Valid

The new teachers changed all this , and held that Orders was not a Sacrament ;
that it was only an appointment to an ... and made for the purpose of putting an
end for ever to all claim to the inheritance of Orders as a sacramental grace on
the ...

Author: John Dunstan Breen

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ISBN: BML:37001105596147

Category: Anglican orders

Page: 60

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Ecclesiastical Tracts formerly published viz I The validity of the orders of the Church of England II The justice of the present established law which gives the successor in any ecclesiastical benefice all the profits from the day of avoidance III An award of King Charles the First c shewing that personal tithes are still due by the law of the land etc A vindication of the foregoing award etc A sermon on 1 Sam xii 24 preacht December the 3d 1702 being a day appointed for publick thanksgiving etc The second edition corrected

Ecclesiastical Tracts formerly published  viz  I  The validity of the orders of the Church of England  II  The justice of the present established law  which gives the successor in any ecclesiastical benefice all the profits from the day of avoidance  III  An award of King Charles the First   c   shewing that personal tithes are still due by the law of the land  etc   A vindication of the foregoing award  etc  A sermon  on 1 Sam  xii  24  preacht December the 3d  1702  being a day appointed for publick thanksgiving  etc   The second edition corrected

Humphrey PRIDEAUX (Dean of Norwich.) that Institution would have made it
effential thereto , and the whole would have been void and null without it .
However , supposing Orders a Sacrament , it could not be the essential Form
thereof , for ...

Author: Humphrey PRIDEAUX (Dean of Norwich.)

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ISBN: BL:A0020222971

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The Month

The Month

It sets forth also , as a consequence of this , the comprehension of episcopal
power of order within the Sacrament of Order ... the presence of Jesus sacrificing
and offering Himself as Victim , being in either case the centre of sacramental
order .

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ISBN: UCAL:B3017270

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Delineation of Roman Catholicism in which the peculiar doctrines of the Church of Rome are stated and confuted

Delineation of Roman Catholicism      in which the peculiar doctrines     of the Church of Rome are stated  and confuted

Besides , imposition of hands in minis- sacrament of order , or as far as it respects
the three hierterial appointment is very different from a similar cere- archical
orders instituted by Christ ; namely , the episcomony in conferring extraordinary ...

Author: Charles ELLIOTT (D.D.)

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ISBN: BL:A0019980134

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The Dublin Review

The Dublin Review

... necessary for the administration of a sacrament ; then the author proceeds to
apologize for the Reformation Patriarchs ... the Sacramental Act . ” These “ loose
principles , ” were nothing less than a denial of sacramental orders , as instituted
 ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3054251

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NOTES ON THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD

NOTES ON THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD

XXV ART . of orders is made a sacrament , and yet that degree is not named in
the scripture , nor in the first ages . It is true , it came to be soon used with the
other inferior orders ; but it cannot be pretended to be a sacrament , since no
divine ...

Author: REV. RICHARD C. TRENCH, M.A.

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ISBN: UOMDLP:ajk1351:0001.001

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Publications

Publications

215 ; Calf hill allows that the term may be , in a sense , applied to the ordering of
ministers , Calf . 229 ; wedlock , & c . , so ... 210 - 248 ; some Papists reckon
seven sacraments of orders , therefore thirteen in all , Rog . 259 ; P . Lombard
calls ...

Author: Parker Society (Great Britain).

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ISBN: MINN:31951002487677Z

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Altar sins or Historical illustrations of the eucharistic errors of Rome as taught in England

Altar sins  or  Historical illustrations of the eucharistic errors of Rome as taught     in England

There are two other sacraments - orders and matrimony . The first is proper for
the perfect ; the other ... And yet we believe it confers grace ( if it be contracted
with a sincere mind ) by its sacramental virtue . ” And that there should be no
mistake ...

Author: Edward Muscutt

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ISBN: OXFORD:600091912

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Page: 372

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The Parker Society for the Publication of the Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English Church

The Parker Society for the Publication of the Works of the Fathers and Early Writers of the Reformed English Church

215 ; Calf hill allows that the term may be , in a sense , applied to the ordering of
ministers , Calf . 229 ; wedlock , & c . , so called , 2 Tyn . 91 ; one of the homilies
of the church of England speaks of the sacrament of matrimony , 2 Ful . 168 n .

Author: Parker Society (Great Britain)

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:50182510

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First Principles of the Reformation

First Principles of the Reformation

Thus it is clear that those orders by which , as a sacrament , men of this kind are
ordained to be clergy , are in truth a mere and entire ... understand nothing of
church affairs , of the priesthood , of the ministry of the word , or of the sacraments
.

Author: Martin Luther

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ISBN: OSU:32435075816892

Category: Reformation

Page: 245

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The Sacraments

The Sacraments

orders , and seven sacramental ordinations corresponding to them , viz .: the four
minor orders , the subdiaconate , the diaconate , and the priesthood . If the
episcopate were a separate sacramental order , the title “ De Septem Ordinibus ...

Author: Joseph Pohle

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:50091238

Category: Sacraments

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Are the Anglican Orders Valid

Are the Anglican Orders Valid

The constant doctrine of the Catholic Church has always been , as it is now , that
the ministers of the Sacraments , in completing and conferring the same , must of
necessity have the intention at least of doing that which the Church does .

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ISBN: BL:A0022845771

Category: Anglican Communion

Page: 26

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The Permanent Diaconate

The Permanent Diaconate

This is a guide to grasping the essence of Vatican II, as well as the basis for the restoration of the diaconate in the Latin Church."--BOOK JACKET.

Author: Kenan B. Osborne

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9780809144488

Category: Religion

Page: 214

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"Renowned Franciscan theologian Kenan B. Osborne brings all three of the holy orders of the church - the diaconate, the presbyterate, and the episcopate - into focus through the lens of post-Vatican II sacramental and systematic theology. Osborne posits that one cannot study the renewed permanent diaconate in the Roman Catholic Church without understanding the renewal of the order of priests and bishops as well. This is a guide to grasping the essence of Vatican II, as well as the basis for the restoration of the diaconate in the Latin Church."--BOOK JACKET.
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Anglican Orders

Anglican Orders

grally , as this is required according to its divine institution , then neither the lack
of probity in the minister nor his lack of faith can make the sacrament null .
Certainly , the Arians committed a most serious error in faith when they denied
the ...

Author: Christopher Hill

Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich

ISBN: IND:30000053124362

Category: Anglican Communion

Page: 355

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The publication of Pope Leo XI11's apostolic letter declaring Anglican priestly orders to be 'absolutely null and utterly void' sent shock waves throughout the Anglican church which continue to reverberate a century later. Today, as Anglicans and Roman Catholics renew their search for greater mutual understanding, all the documents in the debate which led to the issue of ,Apostolicae Curae are brought together in English translation for the first time. This unique and important book is published with two aims in mind. Firstly, to set out the evidence so that those concerned with the same questions today may better understand the limited context of the verdict reached in 1896 and secondly, in the hope of dispelling the frustration and resentment still provoked, to demonstrate the thoroughness, fairness and wide spectrum of opinion whih characterized the original debate.
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Proceedings Sermon Essays and Addresses of the Centennial Methodist Conference Held in Mt Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal Church Baltimore Md December 9 17 1884

Proceedings  Sermon  Essays  and Addresses of the Centennial Methodist Conference Held in Mt  Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal Church  Baltimore  Md   December 9 17  1884

But in fact the only distinctively ministerial offices additional to those of the
diaconate , are in consecrating the elements for the sacrament of the supper and
assisting in ordinations . Yet we hold this order far higher and far more sacred .

Author: Henry King Carroll

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ISBN: UIUC:30112124131514

Category: African American Methodists

Page: 534

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Studies in Sacred Theology

Studies in Sacred Theology

Perhaps in the light of the above teaching of St . Thomas on sacramental
character we can more readily and more easily understand the wisdom of the
Angelic Doctor in maintaining that the episcopate is not a sacramental order
distinct from ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015074190664

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