The celebrant arrived, this ubiquitous official leads the way to the church.
The celebrant kissed the tablet, and held it aloft before all the people.
There was none of it observable in the stately motions of the celebrant.
The celebrant of the rite sings, invoking the spirit of the deceased.
Several minutes elapsed, however, and the celebrant did not appear.
Henceforth he was the bondman of grace, the celebrant of grace.
The celebrant, whether priest or bishop, is vested in the sacristy: the vestments bear some resemblance to those of the Greeks.
Is it the sight of their little white caps that so distracts the celebrant?
The God-appointed celebrant, in the cathedrals of this Cañon, must be Nature.
He also, and not the celebrant, kisses the book of the Gospel.