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- Deacons are ordained to Word and Service and assist Elders (who are ordained to Word, Sacrament, and Order) in equipping the saints for ministry.
- Deacons are specially charged with ministries of mercy, especially toward the sick and the poor.
- Deacons are also appointed or elected in other Protestant denominations, though this is less commonly seen as a step towards the Ministry.
- Deacons are also appointed to a place of service by the bishop, but they do not itinerate.
- Deacons were people with technical skills who served in the church.
- Among those who came were Orthodox lay people, deacons, priests, and bishops.
- Others will be ordained priests after a year as transitional deacons.
- Priesthood (Presbyterate) Bishops are assisted by priests and deacons.
- A black scarf worn by bishops, priests and deacons at choir offices and some other non-sacramental services.
- Black scarf worn by bishop, priests and deacons at choir offices and other non-sacramental services.
- Monastics become priests and deacons (hieromonks and hierodeacons) because the community needs one, not because they entered in hopes of being ordained.
- These men are known as permanent deacons in contrast to those completing their training, who were then called transitional deacons.
- All living former Cardinal Deacons created prior to 1998 have exercised this right.
- As of 2005, there were over 50 recognized titular diaconates, though only 30 cardinals were of the order of Deacons.
- Diaconate - A special ministry of servanthood of deacons directly under the Bishop.
- However, there are some deacons who do not go on to receive priestly ordination.
- The Demon Deacons had a flurry of offensive chances in the 15th minute, beginning with a shot by junior Michael Parkhurst that hit the left post.
- A protodeacon has precedence when serving with other deacons, regardless of the date of his own ordination to the diaconate.
- At Rome itself the administration is in the hands of the seven deacons.
- He was one of the Seven Deacons chosen to care for the poor of the Christian community in Jerusalem (Acts 6).
- Nicolas, one of the seven deacons in Jerusalem, was from Antioch (Acts 6:5).
- The male deacons ministered to men while the female deacons ministered to women.
- Additionally, the AMiA fully recognizes the ordination of female deacons.
- In the Anglican tradition, the sacerdotal function is assigned to clergy in the three orders of ministry: bishops, priests and deacons.
- Arguably from the earliest centuries of Christian history, the church had three orders which were considered divinely ordained: bishops, priests and deacons.
- The ordained priesthood has three orders: bishops, priests, and deacons.
- Until 1918 it was possible to become a Cardinal without entering Holy Orders, but only the order of Cardinal Deacons was open to those who were not priests.
- They formally rank above the Cardinal Deacons and below the Cardinal Bishops though this is not a matter of exercise of authority.
- Use your Clear Thinking to challenge the erroneous decisions of your boards of leadership, your elders, deacons and teachers.
- Teachers and deacons do not have the authority to ordain others to the priesthood.
- The Young Men are divided by age into deacons (Scouts); teachers (Venturers); and priests (Explorers).
- A task force set up in AMIA's early days considered the issue of women's ordination and ruled against it (though women can be ordained as deacons).
- Less than three weeks later, the leaders of a secretive, paramilitary organization of blacks called the Deacons for Defense and Justice visited Bogalusa.
- Deacons may have the title of hierodeacon (a monk who has been ordained to the deaconate), archdeacon or protodeacon.
- It drew inspiration from the Deacons for Defense and Justice, organized for African American self-defense against racist Klan and police terror in the South.
- Each of their chapters explores a single Black Power organization including Us, the Black Panther Party, and the Deacons for Defense and Justice.
- The Deacons for Defense and Justice were an armed African American civil rights organization in the U.S. Southern states.
- The word ”cardinal” was first used in Rome at the beginning of the sixth century to designate deacons involved in the governance of the Church.
- Cardinal deacons have long enjoyed the right to "opt for the order of cardinal priests" (optazione) after they have been cardinal deacons for ten years.
- Cardinal Deacons have the right to become Cardinal Priests after ten years as Cardinal Deacons, with the rare exception of Cardinals who are not Bishops.
- Deacons have the right to preach the homily by right of their ordination, unless the priest presider retains that ministry to himself at any particular Mass.
- Only bishops, priests and deacons are allowed to wear stoles, which are of the liturgical color of the day or season.
- The revival of the order of deacons in the twentieth century has emphasized social care and service.
- The term is somewhat misleading, since the order is never superseded - all priests are also deacons, and occasionally act in this role in worship.
- The revival of a specific liturgical role for deacons in some churches points to the witness and worship which occur throughout their ministry.
- Dr." in the case of Physicians or Ph.D.s) for all deacons, this title is more properly applied to those in the transitional diaconate.
- A deacon or deaconess is a particular status--in the case of deacons, within those who are ordained.
- In the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, the decision to elect women as Ruling Elders or Deacons is left to the discretion of the local congregation.
- The decision as to whether deacons wear the Roman collar as street attire is left to the discretion of each bishop for his own diocese.
- There are no restrictions (such as married being allowed to serve only as permanent deacons, or bishops being chosen only from unmarried celibate priests).
- The House of Deputies, consisting of deacons, priests, and laity, overwhelmingly approved the House of Bishops' election later that day.
- Priests and deacons are, in a sense, deputies of bishops with specified duties.
- Deacons often work directly in ministry to the marginalized inside and outside the church: the poor, the sick, the hungry, the imprisoned.
- Deacons usually serve in local congregations and have a special ministry to the poor, the sick and the troubled.
- Deacons assist in worship, preach, and minister to people wherever they happen to be.
- Priests and deacons abound in their often colourful robes, carrying their staffs and ornate crosses that people frequently kiss as they pass.
- The Seven Deacons were leaders elected by the early Christian church to minister to the people of Jerusalem.
- As ministers of Sacrament, deacons baptize, lead the faithful in prayer, witness marriages, and conduct wake and funeral services.
- By at least the ninth or tenth century only nuns were ordained as female deacons.
- Wearing the under- and outer-cassocks is common to bishops, priests, deacons, monks and nuns.
- For priests, deacons, and monks in twos or threes take it in turn every day to say prayers after each of the hymns or antiphons.
- The ordination of deacons, deaconesses, or diaconal ministers by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is not required by this Concordat.
- Anglican and almost all other Protestant denominations have no restrictions on the marriage of deacons, priests, bishops, or other ministers.
- Other Protestant traditions have no restrictions on the marriage of deacons, priests, bishops, or other clergy or ministers.
- In the Western rite, married men may be ordained as permanent deacons but they may not remarry if their spouse dies or if the marriage is annulled.
- He also appointed seven deacons to check the preaching of a bishop for possible slips which might have dogmatic implications.
- As ministers of Word, deacons proclaim the Gospel, preach, and teach in the name of the Church.
- Deacons assist priests and bishops, but beyond the preaching of the Gospel, they are granted no special charism or spiritual gift.
- However, liturgically, deacons wear a stole over their left shoulder and fastened on the right side of their waist.
- Deacons wear the stole over one shoulder, priests and bishops over both shoulders.
- Deacons A deacon vested in an alb with a stole over the left shoulder.
- Some deacons serve as minor canons in cathedrals or as assistant chaplains in a wide range of non-parochial ministry.
- Deacons, priests and bishops are required to celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours daily, but are not obligated to celebrate Mass daily.
- Deacons assist the priest in the administration of the liturgy.
- The Orthodox Church has always allowed married priests and deacons, provided the marriage takes place before ordination.
- It is my opinion, if this question were settled, we would currently have women deacons in the Orthodox Church.
- Permanent deacons often serve in parish or other ministry as their time permits, since they typically have other full time employment.
- With the passage of time, more and more deacons are serving in full-time ministries in parishes, hospitals, prisons, and in diocesan positions.
- In the Reformed Church, a Consistory is the board of elected church officials that include the Elders and the Deacons.
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