religious offering


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Noun1.religious offering - the act of offering the bread and wine of the Eucharistreligious offering - the act of offering the bread and wine of the Eucharist
religious ceremony, religious ritual - a ceremony having religious meaning
Offertory - the part of the Eucharist when bread and wine are offered to God
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To the ancient Egyptians it is was a religious offering, to the Greeks a cure-all.
Here in the market one can purchase religious offering utensils and jewelry.
It is understood that police suspect she carried out the killing as a religious offering, and had been playing a recording of the Koran at full volume as she committed the crime.
Police suspect she carried out the killing as a religious offering while she listened to the Muslim holy book on an MP3 player at full volume.
RARE Iron Age artefacts buried as part of a religious offering have been unearthed by an amateur treasure hunter.
AN AMATEUR treasure hunter has unearthed rare Iron Age artefacts buried as part of a religious offering.
From the production side, RVTV offers its viewers, from its social conditions of productions, an audiovisual religious offering framed within classical orthodox Catholicism.
Mr Barrass, a 41-year-old factory worker from Delves Lane, Consett, had been metal detecting for three years with hardly any success, until he found the 3,000-year-old artefacts - believed to have been a religious offering - just 10 inches below the surface of a field at nearby Castleside.
Preliminary examinations have revealed that the treasure, buried as a pagan religious offering around the time of the Roman invasion in 43 AD, contains new evidence as to who ruled what in central Britain at that time.
There are other reasons behind pollution as well, like dumping of waste material, religious offering of flowers or food, immersion of idols, humans taking baths, washing of clothes or bathing of animals.
The other religious offering is a Songs Of Praise special from Lichfield Cathedral which, as the Sunday Mercury revealed, was actually filmed back in November.
The 41-year-old factory worker from Delves Lane, Consett, had been metal detecting for three years with little success, until he found the 3,000-year-old artefacts ( believed to have been a religious offering ( in May, just 10 inches below the surface of a field at Castleside.