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celebrant

Christianity an officiating priest, esp at the Eucharist
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In areas where mass transportation is unavailable or unreliable, celebrants should choose a designated driver or drivers from their group, or arrange for rides home via a taxi or ride-sharing service.
The need for humanist celebrants is immediate and will grow.
If passed, the bill would make Oregon the latest state to recognize secular wedding celebrants.
I believe I am the world's first drag queen celebrant," said Cardiff-born Lee, who is well known on the UK's gay club scene.
I will use it to give my amigas a treat," said Erlinda Saligumba, a diamond celebrant from District 3, who was at the Osca office on Tuesday to coordinate an alaylakad (walk for a cause) project on Oct.
There are numerous new McCelebrations themes to choose from, and the fun still continues with Ronald McDonald and the McDonaldland characters with the well-loved Ronald and the Gang McCelebrations theme, that's sure to continue being a hit among celebrants of all ages.
The retired headteacher of St Giles Junior School, in Exhall, has embarked on a career as a humanist celebrant - all so he can officiate over his son's non-religious nuptials next year.
But Sydney marriage celebrant Jan Littlejohn said the trend was catching on saying "I have seen it several times in the last few months"
Legal changes had recently allowed sanctioned celebrants other than clergymen or registrars to conduct weddings.
With interfaith unions estimated at as high as one-third of all marriages, it is no surprise that Americans are requiring ministers or celebrants capable of understanding and melding widely disparate traditions and needs.
Perhaps the laity's choosing their own eucharistic celebrants would have its own set of problems, but this Dominican proposal is a refreshing and heartening response to a genuine need in the church.