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What Does The Bishop Say During Holy Orders? [Solved]

Jesus appointed 12 men as apostles 😊 Judas, one of the twelve, betrayed Jesus and was then executed. After Jesus’ ascension, the’s having apostles had the important mission of spreading the news about Jesus, but they were lacking one member. At a gathering of Jesus’ disciples, Peter told the group that a replacement for Judas was needed. To be selected, the man must have served as a witness. Jesus’ lifeDeath, resurrection, ascension. Justus, Matthias and Matthias were the two men who were suggested. Peter, the apostles and others prayed to the Lord for guidance in choosing the right man. Acts 1:5-26 describes Matthias’ selection as the new apostle.😉 [1]
In fact that is true of any sacrament—whoever gives a sacrament must have the intention of doing what the sacrament is supposed to do, or the sacrament is invalid. True priests were and are gone in Anglican Church after the intention of ordaining sacrifying priests and bishops was removed. This is the chain of succession that has brought the power to priesthood down from Christ to the Apostles through bishops and bishops. It was broken when Anglican Church shunned the entire idea of the Mass as well as a sacrificing priesthood. Varonica Eller (Fushun Liaoning in China), last edited this page 23 days ago [2]
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Myfaithwalk.org Also, anointing someone with oil is a sign that somebody or something has been set aside for a holy task. The priestly duties of blessing and offering bread, wine, and other sacred services are all part of anointing their hands. The bishop says as he anoints the hands: “The Father anointed our Lord Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. May Jesus preserve you to sanctify the Christian people and to offer sacrifice to God.” (revised by Michael M. From Krasnoyarsk, Russia on September 16, 2020) [3]
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According to the researchers, scd.org, jesus chose disciples to continue his mission; he’s having chosen them “to be with him and to be sent to preach.” Jesus chose them freely, and they responded to his call. They were his friends and walked alongside him. The New Testament calls them apostles, which means “one who is sent.” “As the’s having Father sent me, so I’m sending you.” Jesus sent the apostles to continue his mission, to make followers of all peoples, to administer the sacraments, and to lead. The’s having apostles become aware of their mission on Pentecost, when — gathered together in prayer after the death and Resurrection of Jesus — they received the Holy Spirit and started to preach without fear the Good News of Jesus. Their mission must be carried on for all time and all people. We are grateful to Siedah Britt, for sharing this information. [4]
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Article references

  1. https://www.loyolapress.com/catholic-resources/sacraments/holy-orders/sacrament-of-holy-orders
  2. http://www.beginningcatholic.com/holy-orders
  3. https://www.myfaithwalk.org/holy-orders
  4. https://www.scd.org/vocations/sacrament-holy-orders
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