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Presbyteral Ministry in the Church of England

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The Church of England’s Ordination rites of the sixteenth and twentieth centuries are presented and interpreted as primary sources for the understanding of Priestly/presbyteral ministry in the Church of England today. These texts are supplemented by reference to other ‘official’ sources and to some classic nineteenth-century and more recent discussions. The article concludes with a definition of ministerial priesthood as a ‘sacred office’.

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2005-05-01
2016-09-30

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