Through the sacrament of Holy Orders, priests of the Community receive the sanctifying grace of God to celebrate the Eucharist, grant absolution for the remission of sins and anoint those in need of spiritual healing; deacons the sanctifying grace to baptize and solemnize marriages; and bishops the sanctifying grace to confirm those into the faith and to ordain and consecrate. With authorization, a priest can be given faculties to confirm people into the faith. Likewise, a bishop can perform all the sacraments and a priest can perform all the sacraments except for those specifically mandated to bishops.
These spiritual gifts come with great responsibility to maintain the validity of the sacraments conferred by using appropriate and approved form and matter. The Community of Saint George, as an order and jurisdiction within The Young Rite utilizes The Young Rite Liturgy as the default Liturgy; however, experimental Liturgy is acceptable if it is approved by the Presiding Bishops or by a Regionary Bishop who is given authority to approve experimental Liturgy at the time of their appointment.