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spiritus

(ˈspɪrɪtʊs)
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) a spirit or breathing
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Spiritus, Experiences et Recherches Missionnaires, No 185, Decembre 2006, and Perspectives missionnaires, revue protestante de missiologie, No 52, 2006/2.
The convent's website says: "We start each day invoking the anointing of the Holy Spirit with the sequence Veni Sancte Spiritus in the company of Mary the Mother of God in the prayer of the Angelus."
The two reporters were detained in the town of Santi Spiritus, some 450 kilometers (270 miles) southeast of Havana, after meeting with Elizardo Sanchez of the Cuban Commission of Human Rights and National Reconciliation.
The ordination of Ramerman caps a turbulent history between the Roman Catholic hierarchy and Ramerman and the other priests of Spiritus Christi, a church formed when the pastoral staff and many of the parishioners left Corpus Christi Church because of doctrinal disputes with the bishop.
After such high-octane drama Ex-Cathedra's late night free concert was a most welcome contrast: a sequence of unaccompanied sacred music from the 9th century Veni Sancte Spiritus to Thomas Jennefelt's O Salutaris Hostia, commissioned last year by Jeffrey Skidmore and a worthy addition to the choir's repertory.
Its compiler (trained in audiovisual means and cinematography) explains that it consists of an "introductory text" plus "a personal selection." The first is a compound and rather choppy essay establishing the terms light, water, lucidity, and hallowed space as the elements that constitute the racial memories of Greece; the second contains literary texts from antiquity to the present, addressed to or related to or describing or defining "Cities, the Other Greece, Diaspora, Elements." The object of the book is the literary definition of Greece's spiritus loci in all its sophisticated dimensions, obviously.
74 Bernardino of Siena, 4:474: "In hoc virgines et mulieres, et potissime spirituales, Spiritus Sanctus edocens non circumcursare per alienas domos, non hinc inde ad mundi spectacula circumvagari, sed in secretis thalamis atque monasteriis immorari ad conservandam virginitatem necesse est."
Six weeks after Sancti Spiritus province in central Cuba was hit by one of the worst flash floods on record, the Communist Party newspaper Granma reported that engineers were "about to finish emergency work" on damage to Zaza's Master Canal, the backbone of Zaza's irrigation system, and other key water arteries (see a complete report of this hydraulic system in the August 2011 issue of CubaNews, page 10-11).
A charmingly effective Veni Sancte Spiritus and a Credo where the stop-start tempo worked hugely effectively led into an unusually restrained - for most other composers - Sanctus and Agnus Dei.
The four teams in the play-offs are Pinar del Rio, Sancti Spiritus, Villa Clara and Holguin
Joseph in any public role affiliated with Spiritus Christi Church.