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Part3. Rites and Rituals of the Order

Chapter 10. Celebration

Section 6. Ceremony for Occasional Celebration

1. Since it is customary to celebrate the temple completion ceremony and the ceremony of enshrining the Buddha (Rites and Rituals of the Order, Chapter 2) together, the temple completion ceremony shall be performed with additions to the ceremony of enshrining the Buddha’s order, such as the report of the temple’s development before the dharma discourse, and congratulatory and valedictory address and commendation of the person(s) of merit after the dharma discourse.
2. It is customary to celebrate the founding or the expansion of an institution of work, or the completion of a special project launched by the Order together with a reverential announcement ceremony (Rites and Rituals for the Order, Chapter 8), which shall be performed with additions to the reverential announcement ceremony’s order, such as the report on the institution’s development, dharma discourse, hymn, and shouting “hooray,” three times after the mental affirmation.
3. A joint sixtieth‐birthday celebration for persons of merit shall follow the order prescribed for the same celebration in a household (Formalities within the Family, Chapter 5), with appropriate modifications. The Song of the Order shall be added after meditation, and congratulatory greetings from the representatives of the Order and presentation of a wreath shall be added after the dharma discourse.
4. A ceremony to congratulate the awarding of an Order of Dharma Merit, such as the Order of Cardinal Masters, the Order of Great Servants, the Order of Great Protectors, the Order of Great Bestowers, the Order of the Lotus, the Order of Celibate Males, or the Order of Celibate Females shall be held in the order prescribed for the grade advancement ceremony with appropriate modifications (Rites and Rituals for the Order, Chapter 6). The words “explanation of the articles for advancement of dharma status” shall be modified to the “explanation of the articles for awarding the Order of ” and “conferring the certificate of dharma status and a badge of the dharma stage” to “the awarding of the certificate of <title> and the Order of <title>.” The Song of the Grade Advancement Ceremony shall be replaced by a hymn relevant to the occasion. The awarding ceremony for the certificate of dharma titles (honorific dharma cognomens) shall also be performed based on the ceremony with appropriate modifications. <br>5. A commendation ceremony for special contributors whose distinguished service has benefited the Order may be performed as an ancillary event to the Day of Great Enlightenment and Founding Ceremony, by adding such programs as the explanation of the commendation and presenting the certificate of recognition and a thank you gift. It may also be held as an independent event, with temple rites and rituals added to the general program of a commendation ceremony at that time.<br>6. The ceremony for welcoming or sending‐off those who have returned from or are about to set out on special journeys for the Order on assignment shall be performed with temple rites and rituals added to the general program of welcoming or sending‐off.<br>7. When there is another special cause for celebration throughout the Order, appropriate ceremonies shall be held by consensus of the Order following all the ceremonial procedures described above. When a societal or national event for celebration is held in temples all over the Order, the ceremony shall be performed with the temple rites and rituals appropriately incorporated into the general program.</p> <div style="display:none;"> <p class="txt_caution"> </p> </div> </div> <div class="centent_border right-side" style="display:none;"> <p class="txt_title"> <select id="split_language_selector"name="lan_name"> <option value="ko" >한국어</option> <option value="en" selected>English</option> <option value="es" >Español</option> <option value="de" >Deutsch</option> <option value="pt" >Português</option> <option value="ja" >日本語</option> <option value="eo" >Esperanto</option> <option value="ar" >العربية</option> <option value="zh" >中文</option> <option value="fr" >Français</option> <option value="ru" >Русский</option> </select> </p> <p id="sub_title1" class="txt_title pt24 ">Guide to Conduct and Ceremony</p> <p id="sub_title2" class="txt_title pt22 ">Part3. Rites and Rituals of the Order</p> <p id="sub_title3" class="txt_title pt20 ">Chapter 10. Celebration</p> <p id="sub_title4" class="txt_title pt18 depth-line">Section 6. Ceremony for Occasional Celebration</p> <p id="sub_content" class="txt_con">1. Since it is customary to celebrate the temple completion ceremony and the ceremony of enshrining the Buddha (Rites and Rituals of the Order, Chapter 2) together, the temple completion ceremony shall be performed with additions to the ceremony of enshrining the Buddha’s order, such as the report of the temple’s development before the dharma discourse, and congratulatory and valedictory address and commendation of the person(s) of merit after the dharma discourse.-br-2. It is customary to celebrate the founding or the expansion of an institution of work, or the completion of a special project launched by the Order together with a reverential announcement ceremony (Rites and Rituals for the Order, Chapter 8), which shall be performed with additions to the reverential announcement ceremony’s order, such as the report on the institution’s development, dharma discourse, hymn, and shouting “hooray,” three times after the mental affirmation.-br-3. A joint sixtieth‐birthday celebration for persons of merit shall follow the order prescribed for the same celebration in a household (Formalities within the Family, Chapter 5), with appropriate modifications. The Song of the Order shall be added after meditation, and congratulatory greetings from the representatives of the Order and presentation of a wreath shall be added after the dharma discourse.-br-4. A ceremony to congratulate the awarding of an Order of Dharma Merit, such as the Order of Cardinal Masters, the Order of Great Servants, the Order of Great Protectors, the Order of Great Bestowers, the Order of the Lotus, the Order of Celibate Males, or the Order of Celibate Females shall be held in the order prescribed for the grade advancement ceremony with appropriate modifications (Rites and Rituals for the Order, Chapter 6). The words “explanation of the articles for advancement of dharma status” shall be modified to the “explanation of the articles for awarding the Order of <title>” and “conferring the certificate of dharma status and a badge of the dharma stage” to “the awarding of the certificate of <title> and the Order of <title>.” The Song of the Grade Advancement Ceremony shall be replaced by a hymn relevant to the occasion. The awarding ceremony for the certificate of dharma titles (honorific dharma cognomens) shall also be performed based on the ceremony with appropriate modifications. -br-5. A commendation ceremony for special contributors whose distinguished service has benefited the Order may be performed as an ancillary event to the Day of Great Enlightenment and Founding Ceremony, by adding such programs as the explanation of the commendation and presenting the certificate of recognition and a thank you gift. It may also be held as an independent event, with temple rites and rituals added to the general program of a commendation ceremony at that time.-br-6. The ceremony for welcoming or sending‐off those who have returned from or are about to set out on special journeys for the Order on assignment shall be performed with temple rites and rituals added to the general program of welcoming or sending‐off.-br-7. When there is another special cause for celebration throughout the Order, appropriate ceremonies shall be held by consensus of the Order following all the ceremonial procedures described above. When a societal or national event for celebration is held in temples all over the Order, the ceremony shall be performed with the temple rites and rituals appropriately incorporated into the general program.</p> <div style="display:none;"> <p id="sub_comment" class="txt_caution"> </p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> <div id="footer" class="footer"> <div class="container-fullwidth red"> <p class="pull-left"> <a href="javascript:sendSns('facebook','http://wonscripture.org/Main/SubIndex/yejen031006?lang=en','');"><img src="/assets/images/btn_01_facebook.png"></a> <a href="javascript:sendSns('twitter','http://wonscripture.org/Main/SubIndex/yejen031006?lang=en','Guide to Conduct and Ceremony > Part3. Rites and Rituals of the Order > Chapter 10. Celebration > Section 6. 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