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by Ormonde Plater
Deacon Plater helps the church prepare for the day when Deacons in the Liturgy is not just a title but the . Since the most recent BOOK OF WORSHIP was published in 92, it has no knowledge of deacons in liturgical functions. They are left to founder or make things up as they go along.
Deacon Plater helps the church prepare for the day when Deacons in the Liturgy is not just a title but the norm for parish celebration. -The Rev. William H. Joyner, deacon, The Living Church Pension Group. The institutional United Methodist Church needs to address this problem but this book would be an excellent stopgap measure for UM deacons. This is especially true since UM liturgy is inherited from the Church of England.
Deacons in the Liturgy book. Plater's liturgical designs seem to leave little room for ministry done by laity.
Deacons in the liturgy. ISBN13:9780819215857. Release Date:March 1992. com User, February 16, 2004. The title (although evoking unfortunate associations: "bees in the bonnet," "bats in the belfry," "birds in the bush") is an exact description of what you get in this little book.
September 1 THREE DEACONS. Images: The Holy 40 Virgin-Martyrs and teacher Ammon Saint Remigius Ormonde Plater. Ammon, deacon and martyr in Thrace (now in southern Balkans), with forty young women he had converted, under the persecutions of Licinius (emperor 308-324), died 322. Ammon was singled out and slain by having a red hot poker placed on his head. Laetus, deacon and martyr, with Vincent of Xaintes (first bishop of Dax in Gascony, France), date of death unknown, perhaps fifth century. Possibly born in Spain, they are venerated in Toledo. Saint Remigius, daughter of bishop Remigius of Rheims in Frankish Gaul, died sixth century.
As the Prayer Book states, Deacons should also serve at the Lord’s Table, preparing and . Deacons in the Liturgy. Intercession: A Theological and Practical Guide.
As the Prayer Book states, Deacons should also serve at the Lord’s Table, preparing and placing on it the offerings of bread and wine. In some places, it is customary to elevate the consecrated sacrament at the doxology to the eucharistic prayer and at The Gifts of God for the People of God. Where this is the custom, the deacon, as minister of the chalice, elevates the chalice and the celebrant elevates the consecrated bread. Morehouse Publishing, Harrisburg, PA. 1992. Cowley Publications, Cambridge, MA.
ORMONDE PLATER is a deacon in the Episcopal Church who has been active for many years in the renewal of the diaconate. The former president of the North American Association for the Diaconate, he served as deacon at St. Anna's Parish in New Orleans, Louisiana for over two decades.
A deacon is a member of the diaconate, an office in Christian churches that is generally associated with service of some kind, but which varies among theological and denominational traditions. Major Christian churches, such as the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Anglican church, view the diaconate as part of the clerical state. The title is also used for the president, chairperson, or head of a trades guild in Scotland; and likewise to two officers of a Masonic lodge.
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