Side Chapel


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Side Chapel

 

in church architecture, a structure attached to the south or north facade of the church or a specially partitioned area of the church that has an additional altar for separate church services.

side chapel

A chapel to the side of the choir.
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If William didn't go into the side chapel there is a chance he could catch a glimpse of Kate on one of the cameras so it was the safest option.
He died on March 13th, 1332, one month after his former master, Andronicus II, and was buried in the tomb that he had prepared in the side chapel of the church.
People fumble in the dark to begin an overnight vigil in the side chapel for the Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
The commital was carried out in the side chapel of St Gregory and St Augustine.
A creche in the side chapel of Capilla del Rosario awaits the Christ child.
" There the Pontiff Bacbue (Heb, " bottle " ) leads Panurge unto a side chapel, where the Holy Bottle is sitting in the middle of a fountain.
But she insisted, followed him outside the side chapel of St.
A small window allowed limited access and the passing in of food, and an angled slit in the interior wall forms a "squint" through which the Anchorite could observe the celebration of the Mass in the side chapel of the church.
she is in a side chapel at our country's patronal church, the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Every side chapel is kept securely locked, and the woodwork can only be admired from a distance.
It sat on top of a table in a side chapel and was used for special occasions such as weddings.
The biggest surprise is in a former side chapel, or possibly vestry, adjacent to the altar, where burial plaques are arranged in a row at eye level.