2nd June 2009 Other important objects considered to be sacred by Catholics are (a) the church, because it is where the people meet for prayer (b) the altar because it represents Christ as the focal point of the church (c) the cross as it reminds Catholics of the sacrifice of Christ. Catholics are supposed to bow whenever they pass the altar or the cross hanging in the church. (d) the vessels used in worship - the chalice and bowl - are also considered to be sacred as they are used to hold the Body and Blood of Christ and must never be used for any other purpose. Catholics also consider the human person (body and soul) to be sacred as all life is a gift from God, and the body believed to be the temple of the Holy Spirit. Less sacred are certain objects such a statues, crosses to be worn, rosary prayer beads, prayer books and religious paintings. == == == ==
I consider amethyst to be a sacred object. Another one would be Tarot card's
The Catholics often use Latin, but non-Catholics do not necessarily have a sacred language.
For Catholics, Orthodox and Anglicans the altar itself is the most sacred object as it represents Christ Himself. Sacred objects places upon the altar: chalice for the wine and ciborium (dish) for the bread which, through the power of the Holy Spirit, are to become the Body and Blood of Christ. Other "non-sacred" objects on the altar would be the book of service and possibly flowers and candles.
Ares's sacred objects were his spear and his shield
sacred objects are the toileysacred objects are the toileyThere is plenty of objects one of them is the KORAN which is so sacred to them it has to be untoched by human hand.
some sacred objects of Christianity would be things like holy medals, crosses, and bibles
well sacred objets are objects that a religion use and treat in a special way to get closer to their god or gods.
Hindu sacred objects, are something that Hindu's believe in, and have traditional value, like prayer beads or a Tilaka.
The deer, bear and the cypress tree are sacred to her.
Hindus consider the River Ganges to be their sacred river.
Frontline - 1983 Catholics in America Is Nothing Sacred 3-16 was released on: USA: 23 April 1985
Of course not. Catholics consider Muslims unbelievers. All religious believers will consider themselves as true believers. However, Muslims don't consider Catholics, or Christians in general, unbelievers. Muslims consider Christians (as Jews) people of the book because Musilms believe in the holy books of the Bible and the Torah.
in a religious place
Hera's main three sacred objects were the peacock, the cuckoo bird, and the pomegranate. However, lilies and cows were also frequently to represent the mother of the gods.
A sacrary is an obsolete term for a sacred building, or a sacrarium, a place in Ancient Rome where sacred objects were kept.
Cats are considered sacred in many different countries. Some people consider cows sacred, also.
A division of the sacred and the secular
The term sacred usually means "important to a deity. As Buddhism has no deity there can be no sacred objects. There can be relics of revered persons, important locations, etc.
"Sacred" implies the involvement of a deity. Buddhism has no deity. Therefore no object is sacred in Buddhism. Buddhism has symbols like the eight spoked wheel, but these are neither real objects or sacred. Buddhism has relics but these are souvenirs and aides memoires for Buddhists to help them focus in meditation.
Demeter does not have many sacred objects, however she does have a couple. One is her golden blade(which has been believed to be Kronos's scythe reformed) and the other is her golden chariot. Her sacred animals are the pig, gecko, serpent, turtle-dove, crane and screech owl. Also, her sacred plants are the grain, wheat, mint, barley and poppy.
Passover is a Jewish observance. Catholics consider the Eucharist as the center of Christian life.