The Young Rite has a tradition of having simplex priests and celebrants. A simplex priest is a priest authorized to celebrate the Eucharist in private and is not authorized to publicly represent The Young Rite. A celebrant is a priest who can publicly represent The Young Rite through the public celebration of the Eucharist. The custom has been to offer ordination to the priesthood to anyone who seeks to be ordained essentially ordaining the candidate a simplex priest. In The Community of Saint George everyone in Holy Orders is a celebrant, as such, because every cleric within the Community is authorized to represent the Community. While the term celebrant normatively refers to the priesthood specifically, in the context of the Community every member in Holy Orders from Cleric to Bishop can represent the Community, but only priests and bishops can celebrate the Eucharist. The Community of Saint George does not authorize or utilize the concept of simplex priest as has been customary within The Young Rite.