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Organizations relating to Ceremonial

International Organization of Ceremonial and Protocol / Est. 2001
International Commission on English in the Liturgy / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1963
Asian Liturgy Forum / Bangalore, India / Est. 1995
Association for Wedding Professionals International / Sacramento CA, USA / Est. 1995
International Order of the Golden Rule / Austin TX, USA / Est. 1928
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter / Fribourg, Switzerland / Est. 1988
Third Order of the Society of St Pius X / Menzingen, Switzerland / Est. 1981
Clerics of St Viator / Rome, Italy / Est. 1831
Archconfraternity of the Mass of Reparation
Funeral Home Public Service Group International / Est. 1985
Theosophical Order of Service / Chennai, India / Est. 1908
Ordo Sanctissimi Salvatoris / Rome, Italy / Est. 1911
Nordisk Liturgisk Netvaerk / Est. 2005
Fédération internationale Una Voce / London, UK / Est. 1965
Coetus Internationalis Ministrantium / Luxembourg, Luxembourg / Est. 1960
Fédération internationale des petits chanteurs / Novara, Italy / Est. 1949

View all profiles (48 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Ceremonial

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Involuntary ritual hazings

Action Strategies relating to Ceremonial

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Blocking degeneration to sterile ceremony
Enabling intensifying ceremonies
Sanctifying preambulatory statement to legal constitution
Sanctifying churches and holy places
Sanctifying derivative commentary to legal constitution
Arranging animal funerals
Ceremonial office-holder
Sanctifying foundational statements
Empowering wedding conventions
Sanctifying formal constitution
Organizing funerals

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