officiates in English

verb
1
act as an official in charge of something, as a sporting event.
the first woman to officiate a men's basketball game
synonyms: preside overbe in charge oftake charge of direct head (up) oversee superintend supervise conduct run referee umpire judge adjudicate emcee

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1. A Celebrant is someone who officiates at a rite or ceremony

2. Celebrant (plural Celebrants) A person who officiates at a religious ceremony, especially a marriage or the Eucharist

3. A funeral Celebrant is a qualified person who officiates funeral services by planning and overseeing funeral proceedings

4. A funeral Celebrant is the main host of a funeral or celebration of life and officiates at the service

5. “ Simply put a Celebrant is a person who performs and officiates formal ceremonies, and whilst commonly seen at weddings they can also conduct other services like …

6. If the wronged man has died, restitution must be made to his heir; if he has no heir, it must be given to the priest who officiates at the sacrifice made for the remission of the sin.

7. The Autocephalous Orthodox Catholic Church of Åmerica officiates the Eucharist and conveys the Faith in a parochial and pastoral setting approximating the liturgical consciousness and tradition of the Orthodox Church in the West of the Conciliar centuries, as bequeathed by such spiritual forefathers as St