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  • 1 Burnt sacrifice — Sacrifice Sac ri*fice (?; 277), n. [OE. sacrifise, sacrifice, F. sacrifice, fr. L. sacrificium; sacer sacred + facere to make. See {Sacred}, and {Fact}.] 1. The offering of anything to God, or to a god; consecratory rite. [1913 Webster] Great… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 Sacrifice — Sac ri*fice (?; 277), n. [OE. sacrifise, sacrifice, F. sacrifice, fr. L. sacrificium; sacer sacred + facere to make. See {Sacred}, and {Fact}.] 1. The offering of anything to God, or to a god; consecratory rite. [1913 Webster] Great pomp, and… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 Sacrifice hit — Sacrifice Sac ri*fice (?; 277), n. [OE. sacrifise, sacrifice, F. sacrifice, fr. L. sacrificium; sacer sacred + facere to make. See {Sacred}, and {Fact}.] 1. The offering of anything to God, or to a god; consecratory rite. [1913 Webster] Great… …

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  • 4 sacrifice — I. v. a. 1. Immolate, offer up. 2. Surrender, give up, forego. 3. Destroy, kill. II. n. 1. Consecratory rite. 2. Offering, oblation, immolation. 3. Surrender, destruction, loss, devotion with loss …

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  • 5 The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament —     The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     Since Christ is present under the appearances of bread and wine in a sacramental way, the Blessed Eucharist is unquestionably a… …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 6 Priesthood (Catholic Church) — The ministerial orders of the Catholic Church includes both the orders of bishops and presbyters, which in Latin is sacerdos . [Catechism 1547] The ordained priesthood and common priesthood (or priesthood of the all the baptized) are different in …

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  • 7 Iron Crown of Lombardy — Iron Crown of Lombardy, kept in the Cathedral of Monza. The Iron Crown of Lombardy (Corona Ferrea) is both a reliquary and one of the most ancient royal insignia of Europe. The crown became one of the symbols of the Kingdom of Lombards and later… …

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  • 8 Hinduism — /hin dooh iz euhm/, n. the common religion of India, based upon the religion of the original Aryan settlers as expounded and evolved in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, etc., having an extremely diversified character with many… …

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  • 9 Kiss — • Four times in the Epistles of St. Paul is met the injunction, used as a sort of formula of farewell, Salute one another in a holy kiss (en philemati hagio), for which St. Peter (1 Pet., v, 14) substitutes in a kiss of love (en philemati agapes) …

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  • 10 Apostolicae Curae — is the title of a papal bull, issued in 1896 by Pope Leo XIII, declaring all Anglican ordinations to be absolutely null and utterly void . The Anglican Archbishops of Canterbury and York of the Church of England responded to the papal charges… …

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  • 11 Holy Orders — The term Holy Orders is used by many Christian churches to refer to ordination or to those individuals ordained for a special role or ministry. In the Roman Catholic (Latin: sacri ordines), Eastern Catholic, Eastern Orthodox (ιερωσύνη [hierōsynē] …

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  • 12 Ritual of Marriage —     Ritual of Marriage     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ritual of Marriage     The form for the celebration of the Sacrament of Matrimony, as it stands in the Rituale Romanum of the present day, is remarkably simple. It consists of the following… …

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  • 13 Deacons — • The name means only minister or servant, and is employed in this sense both in the Septuagint (though only in the book of Esther, and in the New Testament Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Deacons      …

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  • 14 The Cross and Crucifix in Liturgy —     The Cross and Crucifix in Liturgy     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Cross and Crucifix in Liturgy     (1) Material Objects in Liturgical Use;     (2) Liturgical Forms connected with Them;     (3) Festivals Commemorative of the Holy Cross;… …

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  • 15 The Elevation —     The Elevation     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Elevation     What we now know as par excellence the Elevation of the Mass is a rite of comparatively recent introduction. The Oriental liturgies, and notably the Byzantine, have indeed a… …

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  • 16 Holy Week — • The week which precedes the great festival of the Resurrection on Easter Sunday, and which consequently is used to commemorate the Passion of Christ, and the event which immediately led up to it Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Holy… …

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  • 17 consecrate — I. adjective Date: 14th century dedicated to a sacred purpose II. transitive verb ( crated; crating) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin consecratus, past participle of consecrare, from com + sacrare to consecrate more at sacred Date: 14th… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 18 Cemeteries — • The word coemeterium or cimiterium (in Gr. koimeterion) may be said in early literature to be used exclusively of the burial places of Jews and Christians Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Cemeteries     Cemetery …

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  • 19 consecrate — /ˈkɒnsəkreɪt / (say konsuhkrayt) verb (t) (consecrated, consecrating) 1. to make or declare sacred; set apart or dedicated to the service of a deity. 2. a. to induct (a person) into high office by means of a religious rite. b. to ordain (bishops …

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