10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ACOLYTH»
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Selections from C. M. Merati on the Ceremonies of the Church
Thurifer, on his right the acolyth, with grains of incense. 2d. Subdeacon, on his
left the acolyth with reed. 3d. Other acolyth. Last, deacon. During the Ea'ultet, the
subdeacon stands to the right of the deacon (turning the crucifix towards the ...
Gaetano Maria MERATI, 1837
When the acolyth has put the cruet of wine in the ambry, he returns and stands at
the left corner of the altar. The deacon then folds up the corporal, returns it to its
wrapper, and places it on the chalice ; the paten he delivers to the acolyth ; the ...
Sacred archæology: a popular dictionary of ecclesiastical ...
ABRACADABRA ACOLYTH. 5 broad in their hands, washed them beforehand, —
a discipline which died out between the sixth and ninth century, as appears by a
canon of Tours. Abracadabra. An amulet used by the Basilidian heretics to cure ...
Mackenzie Edward Charles Walcott, 1868
The Religious Ceremonies and Customs of the Several Nations ...
On the ninth hour the old fire must be put out *, and at the fame time an acolyth
must -j- light the new one without the church. -f-j- The officiating priest, dress'd in
all his sacerdotal vestments, and attended by the ministers of the altar and the ...
Bernard Picart, Jean Frédéric Bernard, 1731
The Christian Remembrancer: A Quarterly Review
1] The Priest, entering with the Acolyth, takes the sign of the Cross, ' saying, In the
name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Then follows the 43d
Psalm, (numbered in the' Vulgate 42.) This was introduced a early as the ...
The History of Manchester: In Four Books
The retainers of the church consisted of six persons under the rector, the deacon,
sub-deacon, and acolyth, the exorcist, lector, and ostiary 6. The office of the
ostiary was to open the doors and ring the bells of the church ; of the lector, to
A Manual of Christian Antiquities ... To which is prefixed ...
0F ACOLYTHS. Tun term dxokovdos', acolythus, acolyth, acolyte, acolyt/zist,
denotes properly a servant who waits continually upon another, an attendant (
pedisequus) ; and the oflice corresponds to that of air apparitor or bedellus (
Joseph Esmond Riddle, 1839
The Protestant: essays on the principal points of ...
The rest of the ministers range themselves round the mass-book in manner
following: the cross-bearer stands with the cross turned towards the officiating
priest, the thuriferary is at the deacon's right hand, the other acolyth, who has the
reed in ...
The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ...
ORDINARY OF THE MASS. f The Priest, entering with the Acolyth, takes the sign
of the Cross, saying, In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy
Ghost. Then follows the 43d Psalm, (numbered in the Vulgate 42.) This was ...
The Truths of the Catholic Religion: Proved from Scripture Alone
The fourth and last minor order is that of acolyth, whose duty it is to attend and
serve those in holy orders, deacons and sub- deacons in the ministry of the altar.
The acolyth also attends to the lights used at the celebration of the holy sacrifice,
Thomas Butler (D.D.), 1841
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