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
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  • 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.
  • We discussed the service as I vested, then waited in the sacristy for the sound of feet on the chapel floor.
  • Archbishop Tlaghale encouraged the practice of priests praying with altar-servers in the sacristy before and after Mass, but regretted that some sacristies are like a market place. Archive 2009-04-12
  • Clemence Malyn was deposed from her office of sub-prioress and sextoness on account of the careless manner in which she had performed the duties of these offices, and she also, in answer to questions asked by the vicar-general, acknowledged that she had frequently hidden a key of the abbey church in a hole so that a certain Richard Johans might find it and enter the church, and might drink in the sacristy wine with which she provided him, though she denied having ever drunk with him or otherwise misconducted herself. Bell's Cathedrals: A Short Account of Romsey Abbey A Description of the Fabric and Notes on the History of the Convent of Ss. Mary & Ethelfleda
  • ALLEN: Well, he is in a room called the sacristy, which is, if you like, the prep room for priests before the mass. CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2008
  • Vestments and church furnishings were thrown about in the sacristy, and attempts were made to force open the safe.
  • Gilded wooden candlesticks are brought out from behind some altar or secret cupboard; a shabby, painted image of the Virgin or some other saint is produced from the sacristy, which is hastily draped in gorgeous finery, a necklace of beads adjusted round its neck; artificial flowers dusted and arranged in gay-looking vases; the candles are then lighted, and -- up goes the curtain! Fair Italy, the Riviera and Monte Carlo Comprising a Tour Through North and South Italy and Sicily with a Short Account of Malta
  • Those who may wish to join the choir are more than welcome and can still do so by calling into the church sacristy or contacting any of the parish priests.
  • We discussed the service as I vested, then waited in the sacristy for the sound of feet on the chapel floor.
  • The sacristians were in the sacristy to see all was in order, vestments laid out, candles lit, cruets filled with water and wine.
  • For example, engineers needed to know the weak points of the sacristy in order to design a support structure.
  • He reappeared with a small vase, filled with water which tasted very cold, and one of the robes from the sacristy. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • The northern apse or chapel became the place of prothesis, and the other remained a sacristy or diaconicon. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux
  • GRACE: That mannequin representing 71-year-old Sister Margaret Ann Pahl, a nun, one of the most defenseless and innocent among us, murdered in the sacristy, which is a little room off of the altar. CNN Transcript Apr 25, 2006
  • Except for the choir and the sacristy, it was the only place that allowed some frequency of male entry. 80 The constitutions deal at some length with the possible necessity of male entrance into the female environment of the claustral buildings. Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany
  • Percutere cymbalum et campanam, aperire ecclesiam et sacrarium, et librum ei aperire qui prædicat" (to ring the bell, to open the church and sacristy, to open the book for the preacher). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss
  • In the sacristy to Prague Cathedral, Peter Parler had used a similar technique.
  • A bit of shock, a few deflected mea culpas, a wringing of hands, a hasty flutter of robes andwhite vestments as, in church after church, the molesting priest slips behind the chancel, vanishes into thesacristy. Dominus Vobiscum
  • The sacristy is also worth visiting: it was built in the 16th century and has some interesting grisailles from that period.
  • A meeting to commence a branch of the Legion of Mary in the area took place in the sacristy in Kilglass Church on Wednesday night last.
  • An introductory meeting will be held in the sacristy of the Parish Church, tonight Tuesday 1st October at 8.00 pm, and all are welcome.
  • ‘It's not your fault,’ I said as two altar servers crossed the tile and a priest slid out from the sacristy.
  • I wanted to talk to somebody about God, and sometimes I'd imagine meeting with the priest in his dark office beyond the sacristy.
  • In the sacristy is a horrid and appropriate image of the bad thief. Life in Mexico, During a Residence of Two Years in That Country
  • Gerard Byrne said the men forced their way in at the back of the church, breaking through two doors to get into the sacristy.
  • The sacristians Sr. Cecelia and Sr were in the sacristy to see all was in order, vestments laid out, candles lit, cruets filled with water and wine.
  • The new improvements which will be built at the sacristy side of the church will also include ladies and gents toilets.
  • The smaller sacristy windows are undivided and free of tracery.
  • The sacristy, chapter-house, fratery, and other apartments stretch from the transept southwards along the east side; above these, on the upper floor, were the dormitories, entering by an open staircase from the south transept. Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys
  • The sacristy was a jumble of prayer books, vestments, broken rosaries, crucifixes, and pictures. The Red Horizon
  • An inscription in the sacristy of the church states that it was made by a devout Minorite of wood from the Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan
  • The sacred ministers then go to the sacristy to vest for Mass: the deacon and subdeacon exchanging dalmatics for folded chasubles, with a second subdeacon similarly vested to carry the processional cross. Palm Sunday Rites According to the Missal of Braga
  • A meeting of the local Pioneer Council will take place tomorrow night Wednesday 22nd January at 8.30 pm in the sacristy of the Parish Church.
  • The sacristy is a jumble of wooden equipment crates, tall gold candelabras, cables and paints that conservator Naoko Fukumaru mixes and holds up in swatches to the original to ensure the color, depth and finish are true to life. The Art of Replicating Masterpieces
  • He would come up behind them as they hung their vestments in the sacristy closet.
  • In 1463 he furnished a cartoon of the Nativity, which was executed in tarsia by Giuliano de Maiano in the sacristy of the cathedral and still exists. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"
  • `Didn't you mention a lavatory at the back of the sacristy ? ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • On the right hand is the new sacristy, otherwise called the Capella dei Passages from the French and Italian Notebooks, Volume 2.
  • Three youths were seen in the sacristy area of the church around that time.
  • The deacon and subdeacon remain standing at the sedilia, while the deacon, together with four acolytes, goes to the sacristy to get the Cross. Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 4.2 - Good Friday, The Adoration of the Cross and the Rite of the Presanctified
  • The old sacristy, which is full of him -- for indeed all the decorative work seems to be his -- is one of the first buildings of the Renaissance, the beautiful work of Filippo Brunelleschi. Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa With Sixteen Illustrations In Colour By William Parkinson And Sixteen Other Illustrations, Second Edition
  • A sacristy is a room where sacred vessels and vestments are kept. Va. seminary fire ruled accidental

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