The scientist said it could have come from the centuries during which the friary used the sack as an altar cloth
, or from that cold night in 1224 that the legend describes.
He wound up spending $100 that day on a picture, a stole and several altar cloths
, including two traditional white ones with embroidered edges that he hopes will fit the papal altar.
A SICK vandal used a confession box as a TOILET and wiped his filthy hands on the altar cloth
Canon Roy Doxsey and Rev Keith Kimber blessed the mosaic and a new altar cloth
at the service.
For example, the Girona design came from a sketch of the weaving patterns of an altar cloth
He ends up tailoring it from less glamorous and expensive material: An altar cloth
, table frills and stretch pants with red briefs on them.
Printed on linen, this is ostensibly an altar cloth
, showing the marriage at Cana (National Gallery, Washington) and the raising of the daughter of Jairus (Abegg Stiftung in Riggisberg).
The nun's body was discovered in a chapel covered by an altar cloth
Over 70 people gathered around the place where Wilf laid out a blanket and an altar cloth
, on which he carefully arranged a pipe, tobacco, sweet grass, small rocks and other ceremonial articles.
A CATHOLIC church's fundraising sale sparked an island-wide search yesterday after it emerged they had sold a presbyterian church's altar cloth
The profession of Vitoria Espinosa y Guevara at San Quirce in 1629, for example, obligated her family to make the following financial provisions: 1000 ducados for her dowry; 50 ducados of alimentos during the year of her novitiate; 130 ducados for wax and other necessities on the day of her profession; 200 reales for an altar cloth
when she took the habit; and 50 ducados yearly for her necessities, clothes and furnishings.
He too shook our hands, then led us to a table covered with something resembling an altar cloth
and lit with candles.