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paten

, patin, patine
a plate, usually made of silver or gold, esp the plate on which the bread is placed in the Eucharist
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During the Mass, the moment of Elevation acquired a very special meaning, imposing the opening of walls, the widening of the arches of the main chapel, the construction of steps to raise the altar and a special attention to liturgical objects in direct contact with the Body of the Lord: chalices and patens, Host boxes, ciboria and monstrances.
And this is what we put on the paten of Sunday Mass as our offering to the Lord of Lords , the source of life and happiness.
A communion cup and footed paten of 1549 (St Mary Aldermary London) and alms dish of 1548 (St George's Chapel, Windsor) illustrate the liturgical changes being gradually brought into use in the 16th century.
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Camera (Whenua color), Adam Clark; editor, Jono Woodford-Robinson; music, the Phoenix Foundation; production designer, Joe Bleakley; costume designer, Amanda Neale; sound (DTS/Dolby Digital), Nic McGowan; assistant director, Axel Paten.
Tokyo, Japan, Nov 8, 2005 - (JCNN) - Sysmex has received a Japan Paten Office Commissioner Encouragement Prize in the FY2005 Kinki Local Commendation for Invention sponsored by the Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation (JIII) for its unique technology for measuring reticulocytes.
The room was filled with incense, drums were beating, and each of the participants held an earthenware chalice and paten with the bread that had been displayed on the table, and the grape juice that had been used in the ritual.
After three years of volunteered dedication under the tutelage of international sustainability luminaries, and in conjunction with expert co-authors, editors Karlson Hargroves and Michael Smith, and colleagues Cheryl Paten and Nick Palousis, have assembled a new authoritative guide to sustainable development for the whole of society.
Communion at the rail--giving my classmates a not so gentle "love pat" in the Adam's apple with the paten.
General Ian Paten marshalled his side well and the result a first ever win at Grove Park for John White was perfect reward for what must rank as Moseley's best team performance of the season.