What does the See in the Holy See mean?
The word SEE in the title of the Pope as the "Holy See" means he is the successor of Saint Peter, is head of the Catholic Church, and also refers to the fact that he is the Bishop of Rome ('See' can be another name for bishopric/diocese).
It means Holy Spirit
I doubt I can really see Jesus as I will go blind as he will be to pure and holy to see with my eyes.
a white dove is usually associated with the Holy Spirit. Just seeing one does not mean you have seen the Holy Spirit, it could be a sign if you asked for one.
It means that the Holy Spirit is watching over you.
The term Holy See refers to the office of the Bishop of Rome - the pope. Every Episcopal is perceived to be holy. So the holy see also called the apostolic sea refers to the see of Rome.
its ture if not then let they aloe as to go there with holy water i mean ganga and we see after that what will happen there
God is Holy, the Koran is Holy, Makkah and its sanctury is Holy, month of Ramadan is Holy; there are many things that are holy in Islam; please be specific: do you mean holy places, holy persons, or holy events? kindly be specific. Also, what does holy mean exactly, I need specifics from you. Thx.
You do not say where you have seen or expect to see a halo. A halo of light can at times be seen around the sun and the moon. If you are referring to holy halos as seen in a picture around a righteous persons head, this is only symbolic of their righteousness. Halos do not exist as such, but this does not mean that Holy Angels may not at some time be seen with… Read More
No, the Holy See is the governance of the Catholic Church located in the Vatican.
We see Kaaba on arriving to the holy city of Makkah (or Mecca).
Sancto is either dative or ablative masculine or neuter singular of the adjective sanctus, -a, -um. It means saint or holy. So it can mean: for the holy one, to the holy one, by the holy one, from the holy one...
It is simply a Holy Meeting/Gathering.
It depend on which holy book you mean.
The symbolic symbol of two white doves is the Holy Spirit. When you see the doves, it can also mean peace to you.
Vatican City is not called the Holy See. Vatican City is the home and headquarters for the Holy See - the governance of the Catholic Church. The name derives from the Latin Sancta Sedes - Holy Seat and is the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Catholic Church in Rome, the episcopal see of the Bishop of Romeâ€”the Pope.
What does holy mean depending on the context. holy: sacred; having a divine quality; exalted or being set apart from others by being God like
No, they are not the same. Vatican City is an independent country that houses the Holy See. The Holy See (Latin: Sancta Sedes) is the episcopal jurisdiction of the Catholic Church in Rome.
The Diocese of the Bishop of Rome's other name is the Holy See.
The Holy Bible refers to the Holy Spirit
no one can see the holy until they die. another answer: The Holy Spirit is not meant to be seen but with proper communication he could lead your way in life.
"Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, early in the morning our song shall rise to thee. Holy Holy Holy, merciful and mighty, God in three persons, blessed trinity." Those are the words to the song Holy Holy Holy. They mean, the Lord God is Almighty and Holy, set apart and pure and perfect. Early in the morning to start our day, we will worship God. God is holy, merciful, and mighty. God is three persons… Read More
The term Holy See also means the Pope and the Roman Curia, the central government of the Roman Catholic Church.
A Holy Ghost baptism means you speak in tongues when you receive the Holy Ghost.
God is the Father Son is Jesus Holy ghost is the holy spirit
The phrase you might mean is the Holy Sepulchre. The Holy Sepulchre a term for the burial place of Jesus.
Do you mean et Spiritus Sancti? This would mean "and of the Holy Spirit", a phrase from the Christian benediction In nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti, "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit". If the first word is really es, this would mean "you [singular] are of the Holy Spirit"; "you belong to the Holy Spirit".
Holy. it can also mean saint
The Holy Spirit is the modern term for 'Holy Ghost' e.g Father, Son, and Holy Spirit We are all of these at the same time.
Most Holy, Silver, Holy Melody
Holy - sacred or dedicated to a religious purposeInfant - a baby
Roman Catholic Answer Because it has never been so designated by the Holy See as such.
hallowed be thy name, you mean? Hallowed means holy, or to make holy, so it means, holy be thy name. Basically, it's saying that God's name is to be holy or is holy. Also, it's reiterating, don't say the lord's name in vain.
Interestingly enough, the language of the Holy See is Latin. For the surrounding Vatican City, the language of choice is Italian.
It is also known as the Holy See. Clarification: Actually, the Holy See refers to the Pope and other members of the Vatican hierarchy. The Holy See and the Vatican are two separate entities. Vatican City is sometimes called simply 'The Vatican.'
If you describe something as holy, you mean to be special because it is connected with God or a particular religion.
The light is the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is God.
Holy Wisdom. from the Greek meaning Holy Wisdom
Holy moly is an expression someone uses as a term of shock or surprise, like holy crap or oh my.
The symbolism of the Holy Spirit and the oil of chrism is to be filled with the Holy Spirit is to be presumed "Filled with God".
It is a mythical symbol of King Arthur's court. Usually a plate or cup used by Jesus which possesses 'magical powers.' See related link below:
The Holy See has never invaded the Philippines. The Spanish Empire controlled the Philippines for several centuries and with it's control came establishment of the Roman Catholic Church as the official religion. That gave the Holy See (or Vatican) a degree of authority and power there.
You can see it for yourself in those 612 references you have found for the word holy. Just glancing down the references I can see, 'holy conversation; holy convocation; holy men', and that in the first few references. And in the last few references there are, 'holy prophets and apostles; holy city; Holy Ghost'. And of course there are many more to be found; but the Bible does not give any more 'breakdown' of the… Read More
The Rood Screen is a feature found in some very old churches, and probably the 'altar rail' that you see in most Catholic Churches is a remnant of it. It is a structure that separates the altar from the congregation as a symbol of the separateness and holiness of God. 'Holyrood' is the anglicized form of the Scottish phrase for ' holy cross' - haly ruid.
depends on what you mean when you say holy place like if you mean a holy place like a church or like israel Jerusalem because that's considered a very holy place in Jewish and christian religion and some others
See the attached Related Link for summaries of the Jewish holy books.
The Holy See is not the pope. The term refers to the episcopal jurisdiction of the Church in Rome, led by the Bishop of Rome who happens to be the pope.
sacred or holy
it means holy