Gregorian chant to have pride of place"--no mention of removing altar rails
, statues, turning altars around, demolishing them, replacing with wooden tables.
Many bishops, such as Ireland's Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, have spoken out against communion bans for fear that the altar rail
would "become a place of debate.
The figures stand against a background of the city of Jerusalem, painted on canvas by the English artist Alan Dodd, and are protected by a carved classical railing copied from an altar rail
in a Premonstratensian abbey in Swabia.
Luke the Physician's Day by inviting Bishop Michael Bird of the diocese of Niagara to perform a laying on of hands at the altar rail
They entered a pew at the back of the church and sang hymns and when it was time for the eucharist and to receive a blessing, the stranger accompanied the woman down to the altar rail
and both received a blessing.
As we processed towards the church, our hostess murmured, 'We all go up the chancel steps and we give our sprig of rosemary to one of the officials behind the altar rail
to be placed beneath Shakespeare's memorial.
The Rev Dennis was the celebrant, assisted at the altar rail
by Roy Brabiner with the wine chalice.
One woman achieved sexual satisfaction down at the local church, not with Mike McCurry, but a wooden altar rail
We are planning to move the altar rail
forward a bit so that we don't have to walk on them anymore.
A favourite feature is the altar rail
of Belgian oak dedicated to the men who fell in the Great War.
Well" (I got on my high horse), "if people coming straight from the altar rail
where we've shared our Lord's body and blood given and shed for us can't even be bothered to spend ten minutes sharing coffee and cake with strangers welcoming us to their marriage feast, I've got serious questions about what we're doing
A carved and painted altar rail
and an elaborate reredos, or altar screen, are decorated with painted designs and religious symbols.