sign of the cross

NOUN
  1. a gesture with the right hand moving to form a cross; used by Catholics as a profession of faith
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How To Use sign of the cross In A Sentence

  • The priest made the sign of the cross over the dead body.
  • During the baptismal service the Satanic hosts, as originators of sin, vice, and maladies, were expelled by insufflation of the officiating clergyman, the sign of the cross, and the invocation of the Triune Deity. Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing
  • Do I imagine that by making the sign of the cross I can vaporize her? A MEANS TO EVIL
  • Do I imagine that by making the sign of the cross I can vaporize her? A MEANS TO EVIL
  • They make the sign of the cross and say grace silently and individually.
  • He made the sign of the cross and grabbed his rosary.
  • The priest made the sign of the cross over the dead body.
  • Six National Guardsmen walked up to it on Tuesday afternoon and two blessed themselves with the sign of the cross.
  • At the first word of the Magnificat and of the Benedictus (but not of the Nunc Dimittis, save where custom has made it lawful) the Sign of the Cross is made. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • The priest made the sign of the cross over the dead bodies.
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