angelus bell

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Noun1.angelus bell - the sound of a bell rung in Roman Catholic churches to announce the time when the Angelus should be recited
bell, toll - the sound of a bell being struck; "saved by the bell"; "she heard the distant toll of church bells"
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--The Church of Gesu inside the Ateneo campus in Loyola Heights has its own 18 -- bell carillon and an Angelus bell. The bells were a gift of Ateneo High School Class '60 and College Class '64 (to which this writer and fellow MB columnist Toto Zaide belonged.) The bells regularly toll the Angelus and favorite Ateneo hymns such as the Song of Mary and Blue Eagle the King.
And I realized that the leaves were folded by 6 p.m., when the Angelus bell could be heard from the church belfry.
This installation recalled the ancient practice of ringing the Angelus bell to call faithful believers to prayer and meditation.
Before this row grows, let's remember that the Angelus Bell is rung thrice daily throughout Europe, signalling workers to down tools for the prayer beginning: "The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary" The notion of time out to pray may be news to UKIP, but not to those interested in faith matters.
In Catholic countries the Angelus bell rings out to remind people to pray.
The electronic beep of a computer may not sound as resonant as an Angelus bell, but it signals the same possibility of Incarnation.