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Cocelebrant and Celebrant Definitions

Cocelebrant

One of two or more celebrants involved with the same occasion.

Celebrant

A person who participates in a religious ceremony or rite.

Celebrant

A person who officiates at a religious or civil ceremony or rite, especially a wedding.

Celebrant

In some Christian churches, the cleric officiating at the celebration of the Eucharist.

Celebrant

A participant in a celebration.
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Celebrant

A person who officiates at a religious ceremony, especially a marriage or the Eucharist.

Celebrant

A person who conducts formal ceremonies in the community, particularly weddings, baby namings, renewals of wedding vows and funerals.

Celebrant

A person who is celebrating something.

Celebrant

One who performs a public religious rite; - applied particularly to an officiating priest in the Roman Catholic Church, as distinguished from his assistants.

Celebrant

A person who is celebrating
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Celebrant

An officiating priest celebrating the Eucharist

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