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- n. A person who consecrates
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who consecrates; one who performs the rites by which a person or thing is devoted or dedicated to sacred purposes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who consecrates.
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William Barlow (1536-48), the so-called consecrator of Archbishop
The consecrator was Msgr. Slavomir Miklovš, the apostolic administrator of the Eparchy of Križevci.
Ignazio Sanna, whose consecration as bishop on June 25, 2006 in the Oristano cathedral saw the newly-consecrated archbishop and Camillo Cardinal Ruini his principal consecrator offering Mass on the high altar.
Sorry for the double post I ment Lionel Rangel when talking about Campos incidently he was co-consecrator of Rifan
Presiding Bishop Griswold who signed the primates' statement in London is chief consecrator.
Does the word “fanaticus,” as used above, mean senseless, pitiless, abominable fanatic, according to the present acceptation, or does it rather imply the pious, religious man, the frequenter and consecrator of temples?
Of her three responsibilities, the PB has made it clear that she will delegate the tasks of visiting dioceses and acting as the chief consecrator for new bishops and is happy to send significantly more conservative bishops in her place.
Flynn of St. Paul-Minneapolis was the principal consecrator.
Speaking at a press conference after her election, Bishop Jefferts Schori said she "hoped to be able to deal" with requests "pastorally" from traditionalists not to act as chief consecrator of new bishops opposed to the ordination of women.
* Hic est qui operatur ex aquis secundam nativitatem, semen quoddam divini generis, et consecrator caelestis nativitatis; pignus promissae haereditatis et quasi chirographum quoddam aeternae salutis; qui nos Dei faciat templum et nos efficiat domum, qui interpellat divinas aures pro nobis gemitibus ineloquacibus, advocationis officia, et defensionis exhibens munera, inhabitator corporibus nostris ductus, et sanctitatis effector; hic est qui inexplebiles cupiditates coercet:  1