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OBLATION, eccl. law. In a general sense the property which accrues to the church by any right or title whatever; but, in a more limited sense, it is that which the priest receives at the altar, at the celebration of the eucharist. Ayl. Par. 392.

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Some confusion has been created in that in her biography Hildegard's entry into Disibodenberg is described as an oblation in one place and an enclosure in another.
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Yet hidebound scholars might argue that Gallagher has achieved such distinction a bit too quietly, that he has not yet proven his scholarly oblation.
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For from where the sun rises to where it sets, My name is honored among the nations and everywhere incense and pure oblation are offered to My name; for My name is honored among the nations - said the Lord of Hosts" (Malachi 1:10-11).
The result, from this retiring and warm-hearted pastor, is a rich oblation -- linking action and reflection.