Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Holy orders

Holy orders are a sacrament in which someone becomes a deacon, a priest, or a bishop. The other roles, such as pope and archbishop, are seen as merely titles. One of the parts of the sacrament is where the candidates lie face down on the ground as a sign of humility. When the sacrament is administered illicitly, it is still considered valid, and cannot be administered again.

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