religious rite

  1. an established ceremony prescribed by a religion
    the rite of baptism
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  • How many times can I be called racist or intolerant because I refuse to fight for their right for them to practice their religious rites or to give them money while they panhandle?
  • Before the Israelites were in Goshen, the "sacra," or sacred utensils, belonged to the family; and the head of the tribe performed the religious rites, propitiating the family deity, or else delegated some one else to do so. Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 10 Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers
  • Coupled with fowl and cattle sacrifices, the bhagat's ceremonies include repetitive incantation of tantras in a local Dangi dialect and numerous yagnas and religious rites.
  • Marriages are celebrated in a civil ceremony that may be followed by a religious rite.
  • An exorcism is a religious rite for driving Satan or evil spirits out of a possessed person, place, or thing.
  • Its rebuilding was at once a religious rite and a civic festival. Christianity Today
  • Religious rites often encouraged this. Phoenix From the Flame
  • Such unions are not recognised in Britain so the religious rites are usually followed by a civil ceremony. Times, Sunday Times
  • So they build a camera out of junk and re-enact the movie as a religious rite. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thethi was married into a feudal family and her husband, Unni Namboodiri, who was preoccupied with poojas and religious rites, ignored her.
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