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The Archæology of the Christian Altar in Western Europe, with Its Adjuncts ...
Alfred Charles Heales
Sin vista previa disponible - 2013
The Archæology of the Christian Altar in Western Europe; With Its Adjuncts ...
Sin vista previa disponible - 2017
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Página 57 - Item, where also it was in the time of King Edward VI used to have the sacramental bread of common fine bread, it is ordered for the more reverence to be given to these holy mysteries, being the sacraments of the Body and Blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ...
Página 76 - Bring flowers to the shrine where we kneel in prayer, They are nature's offering, their place is there ! They speak of hope to the fainting heart, With a voice of promise they come and part, They sleep in dust through the wintry hours, They break forth in glory — bring flowers, bright flowers ! THE CRUSADER'S RETURN. "Alas! the mother that him bare, If she had been in presence there, In his wan cheeks and sunburnt hair She had not known her child.
Página 78 - A triquertral censer, wherein the clerk putteth. frankincense at the reading of the first lesson. H. The navícula, like the keel of 'a boat, with a halfcover, and a foot, out of which the frankincense is poured.
Página 70 - ... idolotrie, furthewith take downe or cause to bee taken " downe, and destroye the same, and shall suffre from " hensefurthe, no torches, nor candelles, tapers, or images of " ware, to bee sette afore any image or picture, but onely " twoo lights upon the high aulter, before the Sacrament, " whiche, for the significacion, that Christe is the very true " light of the worlde, thei shall suffre to remain still...
Página 22 - In the church of Arundel certain altars do stand yet still to the offence of the godly which murmur and speak much against the same.
Página 57 - Note, that the bread that shall be consecrated shall be such as heretofore hath been accustomed. And every of the said consecrated breads shall be broken in two pieces, at the least, or more, by the discretion of the Minister, and so distributed.
Página 2 - And we declare that this situation of the holy table, doth not imply that it is, or ought to be esteemed a true and proper altar, whereon Christ is again really sacrificed : but it is and may be called an altar by us, in that sense in which the primitive church called it an altar, and in no other.
Página 57 - Christ, that the same sacramental bread be made and formed plain, without any figure thereupon, of the same fineness and fashion round, though somewhat bigger in compass and thickness, as the usual bread and water, heretofore named singing cakes, which served for the use of the private Mass.
Página 53 - Mass-song, or that puts the dish to any other service but that of the altar, he ought to consider that that concerns him, as it did Balthasar (when he had seized the vessels hallowed to the Lord, for his own use), viz., he lost at once his life and his kingdom.
Página 56 - Reynolds, in 1322, it was ordered that the pyx should be of silver, or ivory, or otherwise befitting, and the Host not reserved above seven days.6 As instances of the hanging pyx, two will suffice. In the will of Lady Margaret la Zouche, in 1449, she says : " I bequeath a box of silver, the which hynges (hangs) in my chapell, to ye chirch of Kyrklington, y...