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  • Altar Curtain — • Drawn around the altar at certain parts of Mass Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Altar Curtain     Altar Curtain     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Altar (in Liturgy) — • In the New Law the altar is the table on which the Eucharistic Sacrifice is offered Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Altar (in Liturgy)     Altar (in Liturgy) …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Altar-Curtains — The altar curtains are richly embroidered with texts and figures in needlework, or in golden and silvery tissues. The altar curtain hangs before the door of the sanctuary …   Dictionary of church terms

  • ALTAR — (Heb. מִזְבֵּח, mizbe aḥ, derived from the root zbḥ (זבח), meaning to slaughter (as a sacrifice) ), originally the place where sacrificial slaughter was performed (e.g., the sacrifice of Isaac in Gen. 22). According to biblical law however,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Curtain, Altar — • Drawn around the altar at certain parts of Mass Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Altar — For other uses, see Altar (disambiguation). Detail from Religion, Charles Sprague Pearce (1896). Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C …   Wikipedia

  • Altar (Catholicism) — High altar of St. Michael s Church, Munich. In the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church, the altar is where the Sacrifice of the Mass is offered. Mass may sometimes be celebrated outside a sacred place, but never without an altar, or at least an… …   Wikipedia

  • ridel — altar curtain Ecclesiastical Terms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • Ciborium (architecture) — Ciborium of Sant Ambrogio, Milan; note the rods for curtains. The columns are probably 4th century, the canopy 9th, 10th or 12th century.[1] In ecclesiastical architecture, a ciborium ( ciborion : κιβωρι …   Wikipedia

  • ridel —   n. altar curtain …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • riddel —   n. altar curtain …   Dictionary of difficult words