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the act of adoring, especially reverently

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After the scheduled public venerations, the Baclaran Church will secure the icon until the renovation has been completed.
The cathedral had previously exposed for public veneration the relics from the bodies of John XXIII and John Paul II.
The said relic landed at the Francisco Bangoy International Airport on Tuesday, March 12, and was immediately transported to the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) where a mass and a public veneration followed attended by hundreds of medical workers as well as patients at the said hospital.
Early pahalik for Black Nazarene devotees !-- -- MANILA, Philippines The pahalik or veneration of the Black Nazarene started two hours early to accommodate the multitude of devotees who had lined up for hours at the Quirino Grandstand in Rizal Park yesterday morning.
Leaning, as he does, against the weight of Western culture and its deep veneration of artistic originality, Peretz asks us to consider the ephemeral act of interpretation as a holy one.
"So the dictionary says an icon is a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol and worthy of veneration.
Anastasios the Persian, the policy of confiscation under Basil II, the veneration of head relics in Constantinople, and othering Orthodox piety: the impact of post-1204 sources on medieval and modern perceptions of Byzantine modes of relic veneration.
He said essence of Islamic teaching was veneration of mankind; Islam protects rights of the weak segments of the society.
Tieszen, Charles, Cross Veneration in the Medieval Islamic World: Christian Identity and Practice under Muslim Rule (The Early and Medieval Islamic World), London, I.
peshawer -- Christian community in Tank celebrated Christmas with zeal and veneration on Saturday
Wannabe regional supreme leaders choose our politicians, and in return, they demand veneration and tribute from appointees.
VATICAN CITY AaAeAeAu The VaticanAaAeAeAEs saint-making office has updated its r governing the use of relics for would-be saints, issuing detailed new guidelines Saturday that govern how body parts and cremated remains are to be obtained, transferred and protected for eventual veneration.
In the Orient, such a person would be considered a holy man, a saint or a sufi, and worthy of veneration.
He said, 'Madina Munawara is the focus of love and veneration of two billion Muslims and the conspiracy against the sanctity of this holy city is bound to fail.'
"[Romero] made it more acceptable," said Chesnut, who added that before Romero's shrine, most devotees of Santa Muerte kept their veneration behind closed doors.