side chapel


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Noun1.side chapel - a small chapel off the side aisle of a churchside chapel - a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
chapel - a place of worship that has its own altar
church building, church - a place for public (especially Christian) worship; "the church was empty"
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Nino de Cebu is now encased in a bulletproof glass in a side chapel inside the Basilica Minore del Sto.
The tapestries have been shuttled over the years from crypt to apse, transept, and side chapel.
In Prague Cathedral there is a side chapel with a book of remembrance with the names of the men who died in the service of the RAF.
A tangible reminder of his uncle, the reliquary was displayed alongside a film and slideshow of him when he was alive; a reminder reinforced as we leave the side chapel and notice a collection of similar pots, funerary urns, all empty, waiting for their inhabitants.
We then celebrated the eucharist and blessings and the Rev Robin had a laying on of hands and healing in the side chapel.
Arrangements by Burns's River side Chapel Florence Funeral Home.
Much of the original church is now gone and what remains was once part of the 15th Century side chapel.
For nearly 40 years the door to the side chapel containing the mural remained mainly shut and the imposing image was rarely seen.
The chancel, side chapel, stained glass, panelling and pews were all added over the following centuries.
she is in a side chapel at our country's patronal church, the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
William faces a nailbiting 45-minute wait until his bride's arrival, part of which he will spend in private with Harry in the tiny side Chapel of St Edmund.
So he and Harry will be shut away in the tiny side chapel of St Edmund and released only a few seconds before Kate makes her 11am entrance.