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According to the author, one of the benefits is that consecration is a weapon of deliverance and helps in destroying wrong imaginations.
Je suis heureux de cette consecration et pour mon apport a l'Esperance ST.
The low-keyed consecration of the new church was attended by the Northern Province Governor Reginald Cooray, Consul General of India in Jaffna A.
Following the consecration, Benjamin Britten's War Requiem, composed for the occasion, was premiered in the new cathedral on May 30, 1962.
My theology of Eucharist is changing, as I understand the community as being integral to the totality of celebration, including the consecration.
Trincado said neither Williamson nor Faure fear a new excommunication "because what we intend with this consecration is to preserve the true Catholic faith from the greatest crisis that the church has suffered in her history.
After the consecration ceremony, the president laid a wreath at the cross-stone in memory of
To make an act of consecration to God using beautiful words when in reality our minds and hearts belong to false gods is an insult to the true God," Tagle said.
Tout en t'exprimant Notre grande fierte de te voir remporter ce prix, Nous sommes convaincus que cette consecration t'incitera amplement a continuer a te distinguer dans le domaine de l'ecriture et contribuer au rayonnement du patrimoine culturel marocain, aux affluents multiples, a l'interieur et a l'exterieur de la patrie", souligne le message.
The archdiocese generously provided Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church as the site for the March 2 consecration of Hardwick, who was the diocesan executive archdeacon before being elected bishop on the first ballot in December.
Other ceremonies extant today, specifically those for consecration of a virgin, reveal much about older traditions regarding women's service in the church.
In preparation for this we shall all have to resort to praying the Rosary, as Canadians did in preparation for the first consecration.