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The LinkedIn Permanent Deacons group is restricted to permanent deacons of the Roman Catholic church, or deacons in formation, i.e. deacon candidates/aspirants, and more rarely, priests and bishops. We’ve had some attempt to join who weren’t Roman Catholic, intending to do some “conversions,” and some with only commercial interest in those with church purchasing authority. It is due to the sad divisions in Christianity and the lack of doctrinal and dogmatic agreement that non-Catholics are declined from joining. This policy has been endorsed by a poll by a statistically significant sampling of the group’s members. Administrative policies of the “Permanent Deacons” group, from the beginning, have restricted the group in this way, to facilitate the theological/doctrinal/dogmatic discussions, keeping the membership comfortable to debate controversial issues, without unnecessary accountability, as individuals evolve in their understandings.

May God bless you in your life and ministry. Please enjoy and engage the group discussions.

=== Rules of the Group ===

* Members must be Roman Catholic or with a rite in full communion with Roman Catholicism. Members have typically been deacons, deacon aspiriants, or deacon candidates. Occasionally they have been priests or bishops.

* Members should NOT feel free to sell items on the forum to other members, including self-authored books and other literature.

* Members should NOT feel free to post hyperlinks to their own personal blogs, due to the commercial nature of click-based-advertisements embedded in these hyperlinked blog pages. It is also self-promoting to post incessantly blog links, as these likewise can lead to profit-oriented personal appearances, within the church, and in the secular news media. (Consider easily-recognized EWTN media figures who profit, rightly-so, from personal appearances.)

* Members are encouraged to post discussion items that he, as an individual, thinks are important.

* Members should NOT comment on the unimportance of any particular discussion item, as this restrains and shuts down the discussion.

* Members may be ejected from the forum for grossly un-Christian and anti-Catholic comments, after failing to withdraw from these, or make some effort to amend them.

* Posts which solicit profit or assist profit efforts may result in ejection from the group.

Tại website của Nhóm Permanent Deacon Linked In group: 7/30/2014  1250 members.

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Another Diocese recently institutes Clerical Dress for Permanent Deacons. What about your Diocese? Whats your feelings on a Permanent Deacon wearing Clerics for ministry?

Deacon at St. Thomas Aquinas Parish

Bishop Dennis Sullivan, in consultation with the Presbyteral Council and Deacon Council, has instituted a change in the Diocese of Camden’s practice concerning clerical attire for permanent deacons.
Effective Aug. 1, clerical attire consisting of a grey clergy shirt with white collar may now be worn by the 136 permanent deacons in the diocese as they conduct their ministerial duties, which include liturgical functions in parishes; hospital, nursing home, and prison apostolates; home visitations; presiding at wake services and funeral rites, giving an invocation or addressing a secular group as a representative of the parish or the Diocese of Camden. Permanent deacons that have faculties in the Diocese of Camden are permitted to wear clerical attire when the pastoral situation suggests that the permanent deacon be clearly identified as Catholic clergy.
As ordained ministers sharing the sacrament of holy orders, permanent deacons are clerics or official ministers of the church along with bishops and priests.
Read more: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/deaconsbench/2014/07/camden-bishop-authorizes-deacons-to-wear-the-collar/#ixzz38b6kc1ap

Bishop Dennis Sullivan, in consultation with the Presbyteral Council and Deacon Council, has instituted a change in the Diocese of Camden’s practice concerning clerical attire for permanent deacons. Effective Aug. 1, clerical attire consisting of…

Đọc thêm tại blog của Deacon Bench, – Dcn Greg Kandra.

Camden bishop authorizes deacons to wear the collar

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Bishop Dennis Sullivan, in consultation with the Presbyteral Council and Deacon Council, has instituted a change in the Diocese of Camden’s practice concerning clerical attire for permanent deacons.

Effective Aug. 1, clerical attire consisting of a grey clergy shirt with white collar may now be worn by the 136 permanent deacons in the diocese as they conduct their ministerial duties, which include liturgical functions in parishes; hospital, nursing home, and prison apostolates; home visitations; presiding at wake services and funeral rites, giving an invocation or addressing a secular group as a representative of the parish or the Diocese of Camden. Permanent deacons that have faculties in the Diocese of Camden are permitted to wear clerical attire when the pastoral situation suggests that the permanent deacon be clearly identified as Catholic clergy.

As ordained ministers sharing the sacrament of holy orders, permanent deacons are clerics or official ministers of the church along with bishops and priests. The permanent diaconate was restored in the Roman Catholic Church as one of the major changes of the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s.

The Diocese of Camden ordained its first class of permanent deacons in 1976. Since then, deacons have emerged in church leadership to take increasing responsibilities.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops chose not to establish a nationwide law regarding the attire of deacons. Instead the USCCB chose to allow diocesan bishops to determine the best practice for his own diocese. Many dioceses have opted to give greater visibility to the diaconate by permitting their deacons to wear clerical attire while functioning in their ministry.

Read more: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/deaconsbench/2014/07/camden-bishop-authorizes-deacons-to-wear-the-collar/#ixzz38y4wxLLf

 

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