In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The final claim is for a twelfth-century Italian missal.
- Among the gifts she received from everyone were flowers, gift vouchers and a weekday and Sunday missal.
- True, the Mass was then said in Latin but the people followed it in missals containing a reasonably accurate translation of the Latin.
- An English Dominican friar named John Siferwas, he is also identified in the monumental missal commissioned for the Dorset abbey of Sherhorne at the beginning of the fifteenth century.
- In his memoirs, Milestones, for example, readers encounter a young Bavarian boy delighting in his first missal and in his early encounters with the church as an intimate, warm community of worship.
- To be sure, seasonal slaughtering received some attention in the calendar pages of missals and books of hours, and the occasional secular manuscript illustrated butchers at work.
- He hastily opened the missal and started the opening prayer.
- After his father's death, their son Stephen, a member of our editorial board, found an old Latin missal that his father had apparently given his mother while they were courting.
- An elderly woman with grey hair in a bun reads a missal on the District line, which runs under Westminster.
- It was not until 1961 that a scholar noted that the missal in the British Museum Library had come from the chapter library, although this news did not reach Benevento until 1976.
- Edith responded immediately by buying a missal and a catechism and preparing for baptism.
- He remembers being very struck by a French missal, brought home by his father - an ardent Francophile.
- He thrust the latest missal back into the hands of the descendant of the prophet.
- The present book includes as appendices the rites of the 1962 and 1970 missals, as well as essays by liturgical scholars on diverse aspects of reforming the reform.
- A rather sizable plaster statue of Therese held a prominent place in our living room, and her holy-card image was tucked into our Sunday missals.
- Also, he reports that I blame the problems of the Latin missal on the haste with which it was assembled.
- Participation was also an issue which concerned the Liturgical movement, and Pius XII praised those who sought to promote more engagement on the part of the laity with chant, dialogue responses, and use of missals.
- The most pertinent example appears in a twelfth-century missal found in the San Isidoro library.
- Michael suggests that the modern mass is not Protestant in nature, but let me use one example, a quote from the introduction to the new missal.
- Tiny pure white lace gloves and a mother-of-pearl prayer missal completed the ensemble.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.