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What is the Part of cathedral in front of altar?
This is called the choir
This is usually the largest part of the cathedral where the congregation sits, so called from the Latin Navus meaning 'boat' because it looks like an upturned boat. The …nave is behind the choir (where the choir sits) which is itself behind the Chancel (where the clergy sit and where the furniture like lectern is situated, which is in turn behind the sanctuary (the site of the communion table or 'altar').
There are several parts to the front page of a newspaper. Some of these parts are, skybox, ear, byline, lead, columns, headline, dates, index, and photos.
What is on the altar is dependent upon what stage of the Catholic mass it is and certain preferences by the presider/parish customs, as well as what right the Catholic church …is. Normally for a Roman Catholic mass, in the entrance procession an Evangeliary, which is the book of Gospels, is placed on the altar. Later it is removed by the priest or deacon in transition to the ambo to read the gospel from it. During the presentation of the gifts, the altar servers begin to set the altar for consecration. The corporal is placed first which is the cloth to catch any fragments of Eucharist that might fall. The Sacrementary, a book which contains the prayers of consecration, aniphons and other prayers needed while the priest is behind the altar, is placed. It may be placed upon a stand if the priest prefers. Then the ciborium and patens containing unconsecrated hosts are placed on the altar. After this, empty chalices which will later be filled with wine are brought up with purifiers to whip where the congregates' lips touch it. During communion, all vessels are moved to distribute the Eucharist and the Blood to the congregation. Following communion, all vessels are returned, unconsumed hosts are placed in the Tabernacle and the priest purifies his chalice and ciborium by pouring water into both and consuming it. Everything is then removed from the altar by the altar servers and it is then bare, other then a decorating cloth perhaps.
A cathedral is the principal church of a bishop's diocese, containing the episcopal throne. It's derived from a latin word - cathedra (seat or chair) - which refers to the pre…sence of a bishop's chair or throne.
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The question of what foods are Kosher and what foods aren't comes down to when the Bible was first being written. The Hebrew leaders back then made the decisions as to what Je…ws should or should not eat. There is some scientific reasoning behind some of the rules, like, for example; pork, if not cooked properly can make you sick because of Trichinosis worms that live in the meat. Telling people not to eat pork will make sure no one gets sick because some may not cook it properly. Other examples are simply based on whether or not a Rabbi blesses a food. Some water and soft drink companies have Rabbis come into the plants and bless the vats. Kosher animals have split hooves and chew their own cud. Pigs do not chew their own cud. Kosher food has nothing to do with blessing the food. the mashgiach (kosher supervisor and doesnt have to be a rabbi, makes sure that non kosher substances don't go near the kosher food.
yes you can In general,there will be 3" or 5" lace on the front,so you can part the line within the lace area. But if only 1" or 1.5" lace on the front,sorry,you can not part …the line,as the lace is to make the hairline be more natural.
Usually The front part of the stage is called the downstage! I think the questions refers to the part of a stage in front of the curtain.. referred to as the "apron". Hope… this helps
The best man and maid of honor only stand at the altar if it's a chapel wedding. In a traditional wedding the best man along with the groom and ushers stand to the right of th…e altar. Before the bride comes down the aisle (if there is a flower girl or ring bearer) they go first; then the bridesmaids; then the maid of honor and the bride comes down last holding onto her father's arm. Once at the altar the Minister will ask if the father agrees to give his daughter away and he will reply 'yes.' Then the father sits down on the left side beside his wife in the front pew. The bride and groom then face each other to begin their vows. The maid of honor stands off to the side behind the bride in order to take her bouquet once the ring ceremony begins and the bridesmaids are in a row just off to the right of the maid of honor. The best man stands behind the groom in order to give the groom the wedding ring and the ushers stand behind and to the right of the best man.
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The Altar is usually front and center- there may be auxiliary altars on the left and right side transepts- usually dedicated to St. Mary ( to Port) or St. Joseph- to Starboard…. master altar ( as the French call it) is dead Center. There is no panorama deck around the altar area- as IS the case in Russian Ortho churches which facilitates the ( Three times around the Horn) wedding ceremony. Some big cathedrals have various auxiliary chapels that are used for devotionals, possibly funerary rites- but not regular masses. this is probably in accord with the Biblical line- In my Father"s house... there are Many Mansions! The Front and Center altar, is as the French call it- in French - the Master Altar.
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