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As has already been recalled, "the only minister who can confect the Sacrament of the Eucharist in persona Christi is a validly ordained priest.
However, while the film is unarguably a feast for the eyes, the mind (Western-trained) is left scrambling for scraps of meaning with which to confect a narrative, linear or otherwise, that is in any way satisfying.
Only a baptized, ordained male can legitimately confect the body and blood of Christ.
Wills continues: Only priests can forgive sins, confect the Eucharist or confirm.
Vatican II reminded us that it's the Christian community that celebrates the Eucharist; that the priest is praying to the Spirit to confect the Eucharist for the community of faith.
She no longer will spend her time "lost in the study" (18) of her recipe book and conjuring meals she could only confect in the past.
American consumers, builders, and cement producers and suppliers must prevail on Congress to reject the Kyoto Protocol, or any permutation of it that supporters may confect to get the camel's nose inside the tent.
The answers to such questions may seem a self-evident, if vastly disparate depending on which criteria are used -- particularly nowadays, when art from this region (ever-expanding, since someone decided to splice South Asia to the MENA, to confect a beast called "MENASA") is still regarded as sexy and worthy of exhibition and purchase.
If filmmakers succeed in communicating this experience to their viewers, I believe they can occasion a new type of epiphany and confect a new type of sacrament.
That the fundamental teaching of the Church in the matter at hand concerns the effectiveness and uniqueness of the priest's power to confect the Eucharist, not the representationalist language and theology used to explain it, is clear from the Doctrina de sacramento ordinis of the Council of Trent, which, while staunchly reaffirming against the Reformers "the constant faith of the Church" in the priestly power "to offer and administer the body and blood and to forgive and retain sins,"(5) as well as the distinctiveness of the sacerdotal character as the foundation for the hierarchical structure of the Church,(6) makes no mention whatsoever of an alleged priestly "representation" of Christ.
The answers to such questions may seem a self-evident, if vastly disparate depending on which criteria are used eI particularly nowadays, when art from this region (ever-expanding, since someone decided to splice South Asia to the MENA, to confect a beast called eIuMENASAeIN) is still regarded as sexy and worthy of exhibition and purchase.
Rather than consolidating parishes, church leaders should re-examine the bizarre notion that only a mostly celibate, ordained priesthood can confect the Eucharist.
The only things priests have going for them anymore is the power to confect the Eucharist, so they guard this privilege jealously.
2m single gold wires--some 28 km of wire in total--and has taken 1,250 hours to confect.
I think Labour, because they are ruffled, are trying to confect a series of stories, basically to smear David," he said.