10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ASPERSORIUM»
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Teaching and Learning Latin in Thirteenth-century England: ...
... II 86 assum et veru tum haste 1415 aspersorium juttuer II 138 astiledium burdis
II 121 aspersorium vispilim II 151 astula regia wederove 1 410 aspersorium
wispdun II 138 169 asrurco ostur II 27 aspersorium wisspiliun II 118 asms
Catholic Mass For Dummies
aspersorium,. orholy water bucket, isthe vessel usedto contain waterthatwill be
blessedfor the Asperges rite ofthe Mass. During this rite, which takes the place of
the Penitential Rite in theOrdinary form oftheMass,the people are blessed with ...
Rev. John Trigilio, Jr., Rev. Kenneth Brighenti, Rev. Monsignor James Cafone, 2011
A Glossary of Terms Used in Grecian, Roman, Italian and ...
ASPERSORIUM, the stoup, or holy water basin. In the accounts of All Souls”
college, Oxford, in 1458, there is a charge, “ pro “ lapidibus ad aspersorium in
introitu ecclesieef' the remains of which may still be seen. It appears from the will
A Glossary of Terms Used in Grecian, Roman, Italian, and ...
Aspersorium, Fr. Benetier, Ital. Pila dell” Acqua beneditta,] a basin for holy water,
usually placed in a niche near the entrance door; sometimes in the porch,
sometimes within the door, for the purpose of aspersion on entering the church; ...
The Life of Wulfric of Haselbury, Anchorite
Then it flashed on his mind—he believes by divine inspiration—that he might for
this once tender the aspersorium belonging to the man of God. on slipping
through the door to the cell he saw a light of dazzling brightness over the center
of the ...
The Principles of Gothic Ecclesiastical Architecture:
... often beneath a niche, and partly projectingfromthewall, astone basin:this was
thestoup,or receptacle for holy water,called also the. aspersorium,. into which
each individualdipped his fingerandcrossed himself when passing the threshold
Matthew Holbeche Bloxam, 2014
A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for ...
In the church, “ sacerdos accipit aspersorium dc manu ministri, et aspergit corpus
defuncti, diacono post eum incensante." The sprinklings, enuflexions, signings
with a cross, incense burnings, and various other ceremonies, accompanied the
Thomas Bayly Howell, Thomas Jones Howell, David Jardine, 1817
The Spaghetti Set: Family Served Italian Style
Miraculously, none of the holy water spilled out of the aspersorium. While the boy
scrambled to his feet, Father Romano brandished the prayer book like a weapon,
pointing it toward the deceased's mother. While the priest incanted a myriad of ...
Trouble in Paradox: A Creative Memoir
The top of the fountain, the aspersorium where the water spills out, is made
entirely of crushed aluminum pop cans. The bottom, beneath the pool, a mural of
bottlecaps, bits of colored plastic, gumwrappers, pieces of broken glass, and
The Publications of the Surtees Society
Quem praecedebat juvenis pulcherrimus âlba indutus, situlam aquœ et
aspersorium in manibus portans. Cum utrique pariter semel et iterum .sanctum
circumissent sepulchrum, tercio id facientes, devenerunt ad illum locum, ubi
surdus ille ...
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ASPERSORIUM»
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The village that came back from the dead: Hamlet abandoned after …
... of the village, and along the way they discovered ancient treasures, including an 11th Century aspersorium – a vessel for holding holy water. «Daily Mail, Jun 13»
9 things to know and share about the "Third Secret" of Fatima
An aspersorium can refer to a stoup, basin, or vessel used to hold holy water or it can refer to the aspergill used to sprinkle holy water. «National Catholic Register, May 13»
A Prayer at Christmas
... in the marble aspersorium. My wet fingers made the sign of the cross as I made my slow, reverential way down the worn maroon carpet to the ... «New York Times, Dec 12»
Much ado about arsenic and aflatoxins
... who in 1729 studied the fungus microscopically and noted its resemblance to a holy water sprinkler, called the aspergillum or aspersorium. «PLoS Blogs, Sep 12»
Muslim Persecution of Christians: The Christmas Edition
... “vandals decapitated the statue of the Virgin Mary in a small grotto … a cross was stolen and the aspersorium was badly damaged.”. «FrontPage Magazine, Jan 12»
Saint Joseph the Worker Catholic Church dedicated
John C. Wester, Bishop of Salt Lake City, pours water from the Saint Joseph the Worker Parish baptismal font into an aspersorium during the ... «Intermountain Catholic, May 11»