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Definition of Concelebration
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Concelebration
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1. Sacred Archæology: A Popular Dictionary of Ecclesiastical Art and by Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott (1868)
"In England, in 1279, when a bishop died, all the bishops at the next council held a concelebration, saying a united Mass for his repose. ..."
2. Vicars of Christ: Popes, Power, and Politics in the Modern World by Michael P. Riccards (1998)
"Even Pius XII, though, had approved concelebration, and the practices of receiving communion under both species were already used in the Oriental rites, ..."
3. Journal of Theological Studies (1902)
"... bishop '— need mean no more than 'secretaries to the bishop'; but the Greek suggests that the true reference is to the concelebration of the Eucharist. ..."
4. Essays on the Early History of the Church and the Ministry by Henry Barclay Swete (1921)
"And this habitual and normal cooperation and concelebration with the bishop no doubt accounts for the comparative scarcity of allusion to the liturgical and ..."