Next he encountered a holy man, the fourth sight.
Babies are holy when they are plump and warm in the newborn nursery.
With this event (Pentecost), the church entered into the period of the Holy Spirit.
At the entrance to the Holy of Holies stood a small cedar altar overlaid with gold.
O no no I see an Innumerable company of the Heavenly host crying ‘Holy Holy Holy is the Lord God Almighty!’
Every country had its favorite shrines, but the great shrine for all Christians was the Holy City, Jerusalem.
Holy Spirit, also called Paraclete or Holy Ghost, in Christian belief, the third person of the Trinity.
Because of the flight of the Holy Family into Egypt, a feast for the Holy Family has been observed by the Copts from early times.
Movement to and from a holy place may also be vertical as well as horizontal, as to and from a holy place on top of a mountain or pyramid.
The symbolical forms of representation of the sacred or holy are to be understood as references to or transparencies of the sacred or holy.
In many instances shoes may not be worn on holy ground (e.g., Shintō temples), and hands and feet are to be washed before entering into a holy place.
Exaltation of the Holy Cross, also called Universal Exaltation of the Holy and Life-Giving Cross or Holy Cross Day, liturgical feast celebrated on September 14 to honour the cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified.
So the Land of Judea was the Holy Land; but the Holy City wherein God was to be worshipped, was more Holy; and again, the Temples more Holy than the City; and the Sanctum Sanctorum more Holy than the rest of the Temple.
The document, written in French and first disclosed last week by the Italian daily newspaper Corriere della Sera, is unsigned but says, "It should be noted that this decision taken by the Holy Congregation of the Holy Office has been approved by the Holy Father."
the holy bodies of the holy martyrs and others living with Christ, whose bodies were living members of Christ and temples of the Holy Spirit, and will be by him raised to eternal life and glorified, are to be venerated by the faithful, since by them God bestows many benefits upon men.
The sacred or holy as represented or manifested in the symbol has, generally speaking, a sanctifying function (elevating one to a closer relationship to the sacred or holy) and an exorcising function (decreasing or eliminating those aspects that hinder one’s relationship to the sacred or holy).
The liturgy of Temple, synagogue, and eucharistic service informed images of heaven, for in worship the community symbolically ascends to the heavenly Jerusalem, a realm of perpetual adoration and intercession for the needs of the world, where angels never cease to sing “Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts” (Isaiah 6:3).
The legend of the Holy Grail came to form the culminating point of Arthurian romance, and it was to prove an enduring and fruitful theme across the arts, present in numerous works as disparate as Richard Wagner’s opera Parsifal, James Russell Lowell’s parable The Vision of Sir Launfal, Jay Z’s album Magna Carta Holy Grail, and the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Isaiah, chapter 6, verse 3 (“Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory”), used in the Jewish Kedusha (Glorification of God), generates two separate texts in the Eastern liturgy: the Trisagion (a solemn threefold acclamation to God) at the Little Entrance and the Greek original of the “Holy, holy, holy” in the eucharistic liturgy.
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Isaiah chapter 6 verse 3 Holy holy holy is the Lord of hosts the whole earth is full of his glory used in the Jewish Kedusha Glorification of God generates two separate texts in the Eastern liturgy the Trisagion a solemn threefold acclamation to God at the Little Entrance and the Greek original of the Holy holy holy in the eucharistic liturgy