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Published by Cathedral Library Association in N[ew] Y[ork] .
Written in English


  • Catholic Church -- Bishops,
  • Consecration of bishops -- Catholic Church

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Edition Notes

Statementtranslated and edited by Joseph Henry McMahon.
ContributionsMcMahon, Joseph Henry, 1862-1939.
LC ClassificationsBX2304 .C37 1892
The Physical Object
Pagination40, 40, 10, 10 p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4319499M
LC Control Number78359658

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  The Consecration ought to be on a Sunday, or on the Feast of an Apostle: but it may be, by the special grant of the Holy See, on any other Festival. Unless the Consecration be celebrated at Rome, it should be solemnized in the Church, or at least within the Province, to . Consecration is a rite reserved to a bishop, who by the solemn anointing with holy chrism, and in the prescribed form, dedicates a building to the service of God, thereby raising it in perpetuum to a higher order, removing it from the malign influence of Satan, and rendering it a place in which the prayers of the faithful are more readily heard.   Reflections on The Jesmond Consecration by Andrew Goddard As evangelicals we have, generally, been strong on the crucial task of defending the faith but less careful and serious about articulating and upholding order. The law of consecration and stewardship is the highest manifestation of gospel living. Many view this law as only a temporal economic program, but it is a spiritual command as well (see D&C ). The personal requirements for celestial living are also the foundation for the successful practice of this holy and ancient order of gospel life.