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votive

RC Church optional; not prescribed; having the nature of a voluntary offering
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The public is invited to join the festivities on Saturday, August 29, 2015 starting with a Votive Mass at 3:00 p.
Revising her March 2011 dissertation for a doctorate in theology at the University of Copenhagen, Gudme presents what might be the first full-length study of votive practice in the Hebrew Bible.
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Votive Life combines beautiful vocals and peaceful melodies to create an experience that is successfully both thought-provoking and ultimately relaxing.
If the votive candles don't provide enough illumination, try battery-powered votives or outdoor-rated corded electric lights (from $4.
On October 31 there will be a Votive Mass of the Blessed Sacrament at 8pm.
The trade dress infringement lawsuit details how Williams-Sonoma believes Target has knocked items such as Christmas stockings and votive candies in particular, and its home product designs overall.
Whether her image appears on votive candles, a muscle-bound back or a cathedral wall overlooking the Hollywood Freeway, La Virgen de Guadalupe's influence is witnessed daily in Los Angeles.
While the humility presumed by a votive offering may seem lacking in a benefaction that seems intended rather to overwhelm and dazzle the receiver, one may trust that even a celestial being might easily be won over by the bravura of Albarracin's gesture and the resplendence of the result.
1 Pillow and 2 votive candles designed by Barclay Butera for AIDS Project Los Angeles
Curcio-Nagy provides wonderful details of these spectacles: the Native Americans dressed "as ancient warriors" who "positioned their canoes along the cause-ways and bowed in deference to the new governor;" Afro-Mexican women dancing in accompaniment to a presentation of paintings portraying the viceroy as a phoenix rising to rule over them; a triumphal arch constructed by the silversmiths' guild covered in 102 silver panels illuminated by 400 votive candles placed on 40 chandeliers.