[ UK /sˈækɹɪsti/ ]
  1. a room in a church where sacred vessels and vestments are kept or meetings are held
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How To Use sacristy In A Sentence

  • To the right, a stair leads up to the choir gallery over the sacristy and priest's office.
  • In German the word Almerei, a derivative of armarium, has the meaning of sacristy. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • To check, look at the portrait by Crepsi in the northern sacristy.
  • He is first documented in Toledo in 1577, at work on the Disrobing of Christ, a large canvas for the sacristy of its cathedral.
  • I did instruct our servers to scavenge the sacristy at Chislehurst for some nice things to take away, but the vigilance of the Chislehurst team was such that we only managed to sneak away a corporal forgotten inside our burse and I chivalrously returned it this morning. Archive 2009-06-01
  • The thurifers stand, genuflect, and carry the thurible and incense into the sacristy.
  • A meeting will take place in the sacristy of the Church next Monday after the evening Mass to finalise the preparations for the first anniversary of the bicentenary of the Church.
  • Envelopes are also available from the church sacristy.
  • On the east side of the cloister was the north transept of the church which led to a sacristy, a room set aside for the officiating priest. Bondington report reveals more about medieval village
  • Fr. Dillon PP was thanked for allowing the branch to use the Church sacristy for meetings.
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