nuns' choir

nuns’ choir

A seating area in a church which is reserved for nuns attending mass.
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In the convent, Deloris brings unexpected changes by teaching the nuns' choir.
Though the sequin-free lifestyle doesn't agree with her, Deloris finds her vocation working with the nuns' choir and breathing new life into the dusty convent whilst at the same time discovering a sisterhood she's never experienced before.
The nuns' choir hung over the back part of the nave.
If the request was granted, the visitor would return to the church and climb a staircase from the nave up to the level of the nuns' choir.
15r); the segregation of the professed nuns from their numerous lay sisters by a subdivision of the nuns' choir (fol.
The Hopital curate who celebrated the Mass merely smiled at the tuneless enthusiasm of the little boy, who could not refrain from accompanying the nuns' choir.
The liturgical part of the ceremony took place in the nuns' choir (in the chapel of San Tarasio), with the patriarch and his vicar seated on wooden thrones, and the abbess and her nuns kneeling around the altar.
Though the sequin-free lifestyle doesn't agree with her, Deloris finds her vocation working with the nuns' choir and breathing new life into the dusty convent, whilst at the same time discovering a sisterhood she's never experienced before.