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ceremonial

Christianity
a. the prescribed order of rites and ceremonies
b. a book containing this
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The schedule includes a wild collection of orators, filmmakers, authors, activists and ceremonialists.
Conversely, the views of a number of Laudian ceremonialists, who were regarded as something akin to invaders from Mars among wide sectors of clergy and laity, are folded into an "established" church position.
It's tempting verbal shorthand to say that the curmudgeons are "more secular," the ceremonialists "more religious.