It can be any of these three that the priest will say:
Be blessed with them holy spirits k boi?
you have to attend the mass, of course. then participate in the part where the priest puts ashes on our forehead.
Ashes to ashes dust to dust, remember o (child, man, woman) you are dust and unto dust you shall return
Roman Catholic AnswerActually, we don't, the priest puts them there during the Mass on Ash Wednesday. The ashes are from last year's palms (from Palm Sunday) and are the start of our doing penance during Lent to repent of our sins, to remember from where we came, and of what we are made.
The Priest will say something like: Repent your sins and you can be forgiven. You normally say nothing in reply, or Amen if you feel the need to say something.
It is Received by when the priest puts holy water on your head!
I'm leaving the original answer below the hyphens, but it's worth noting that Ash Wednesday does not have biblical origins. Ash Wednesday, like many Christian traditions practiced in the U.S. and Europe are actually a hybrid of Pagan/Christian beliefs. In any case, the term may have originated in Northern Europe where the God Wodin was symbolically protected by having the ashes of King Sigurd put on his head. It's worth mentioning that Norse warriors would also get ashes smeared on their heads to protect them in battle. The calendar day Wednesday comes from the God Wodin as well. This would describe Ash Wednesday's origins (Ash Wodin). -- Ash Wednesday is the start of Lent, when Jesus went to the desert and spent 46 days being tempted by Satin. In Ancient biblical times, to put ash on ones self was a sign of sorrow of repentance for sin. Lent is a time when Christians are supposed to cleanse themselves of sin, so all of ones sins that one committed outside of Lent are to be forgiven as you enter it. Usually, the priest burns the palm fronds from the previous year's Palm Sunday and puts the ashes on one's head in the shape of a cross.
Remember, O man, that you are dust, and unto dust you shall return. -Genesis 3:19 Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel. -Mark 1:15 Repent, and hear the good news. The others will join and say amen at the end of one of these sayings.
The Priest puts the holy spirit on you and takes the sin of Adam and Eve.
He puts the head to his legs and cause his opponent to bleed ? what is this move.
A Catholic preist puts his thumb in ashes and then draws a cross on your forhead.
There is no specific age for a priest to retire. When the priest begins to deteriorate and is no longer able to fulfill his duties, he puts in a request to his local bishop, asking to retire.
When the sim dies the grim reaper puts the sims ashes into an urn.
three things that happen in an adult baptism are:the priest says a few words.the priest blesses the person.and the priest puts holy water over the stupid invalid.
Then she likes you :)
it means she wants you to rub her head
when tou go to the church at school with your class and the preast puts ashs on your forehead.
The priest can either say "Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel" or "Remember you are dust and to dust you shall return."
The first thing that the priest puts on is called a vestment and it is the white robe, called an alb. (this represents baptism). The next thing he puts on is called a cincture. This is the rope that hangs around his waist. Then he puts on is called a stole (the scarf like item of clothing) and it is the priests' way of saying "Jesus, be with me today as I celebrate this mass." The last vestment he puts on is called a chausable (the priest generally wears a green chausable during the churches 'ordinary time'). See Catholic Encyclopedia article below:
a poem that puts images in your head
When some one puts you in a head lock and grinds their knuckles on your head that is a noogie.