concelebration definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Celebration of the Eucharist by two or more officiants.
Variant of concelebrate
transitive verb concelebrated, concelebrating
to celebrate (the Eucharistic liturgy) jointly, the prayers being said in unison by two or more of the officiating priests
Origin: ; from Classical Latin concelebratus, past participle of concelebrare, to celebrate (a solemnity) in large numbers: see con- and amp; celebrate
- concelebration noun