(1) Marriage may be conducted by a celebrant , a Church priest, or a vicar.(2) Eating noodles at birthdays has become a tradition, in the hope that the birthday celebrant will have a long life.(3) On the way out of the church, I stopped and told the celebrant that it was the best sermon I had ever heard in my life.(4) This is not true of the birthday celebrant trying to wrestle a towering gift basket, swathed in a yellow bow that's bigger than she is, into the back of her SUV.(5) The celebrant was local priest Fr. Gerry Chestnutt with the reception taking place afterwards in the Granville Hotel.(6) The ceremony is an evening one, and will commence with the procession around the Island, reciting the Rosary, and ending with Mass in the Church, and the celebrant will be Bishop Eamon Walsh.(7) The celebrant was the parish priest, Fr. Laurence Cullen.(8) During a recent Mass at a retreat for young adults, the celebrant invited the participants to state their prayer intentions.(9) I sat back bewildered, focusing somehow on the bare toes and the edges of sandal straps visible beneath the celebrant 's cassock.(10) On the twenty-first birthday, it is usual to present the celebrant with a symbolic silver key to adulthood.(11) The closest thing that we in the West have to these performances is probably an evangelical church service in which the celebrant , the congregation, and the musicians all take part.(12) Here's a photo of Lulu, the other birthday celebrant .(13) Chief celebrant was new Parish Priest Fr. Dan Bollard, assisted by Fr. Farrell and Fr. Purcell.(14) The organist often crackled or whined the Gregorian-chant hymns and the celebrant often hummed, mumbled, or whispered the Latin prayers.(15) On Sunday, for example, the celebrant would read the biblical story of the resurrection of the Lord.(16) In June 2005, it became legal for a humanist celebrant to perform marriages.