stational

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stational

(ˈsteɪʃənəl)
adj
1. (Roman Catholic Church) theol of or relating to a mass formerly celebrated by the pope on selected holy days in certain churches in Rome
2. pertaining to a station or stations of any kind
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sections on spaces of piety and charity, spaces of ritual and theater, and spaces of identity and rivalry they consider such topics as from isolation to inclusion: confraternities in colonial Mexico City, devotion and the promotion of public morality: confraternities and sodalities in early modern Ireland, staging the Passion in the ritual city: stational crosses and confraternal spectacle in late Renaissance Milan, the performance of devotion: ritual and patronage at the Oratorio del ss.
We explain this repartition of lichens either by stational and ecological requirements of the species (high altitude, dense humidity), or by the air quality.
The manuscript processional was a small, portable book containing 165 folios of texts, music, and instructional rubrics for the processions, stational liturgies, and dramatic rituals that the Wilton nuns performed throughout the liturgical year.
Before turning to the specific features of the stational liturgy that can enlighten us concerning Cecilia and music, we once again consult the Passio, for even though, as I have already suggested, that work's authenticity as an historical statement may be suspect, it is nonetheless particularly consequential because it has played such a formative role in the established accounts of Cecilia's actions.
Pope Francis formally opened the Lenten season by making the traditional stational visit of Santa Sabina Basilica of the Dominicans.
Time and seasonal patterns of activity of Phyllostomid in fragments of a stational semidecidual forest from the upper Parana river, southern Brazil.
Concise introductions to historical developments such as Stational Liturgy (chap.
Significant stational differences were determined in terms of silver bioaccumulation levels in Gammarus sp.
Navy and was stational on the USS DeHaven during the Korean War.
In the Middle Ages, the Sancta Sanctorum served as the pope's private chapel and often functioned as a staging point for the stational liturgy.