Shall that not satisfy you, and will you not greet me kindly and with a kiss of peace
, who have come from far to be your sister, Zinita?" and Nada held out her hands towards her, though whether she did this from the heart or because she would put herself in the right before the people I do not know.
Upon this occasion the Irish chieftains contended which should first offer to the young Prince their loyal homage and the kiss of peace
. But, instead of receiving their salutations with courtesy, John and his petulant attendants could not resist the temptation of pulling the long beards of the Irish chieftains; a conduct which, as might have been expected, was highly resented by these insulted dignitaries, and produced fatal consequences to the English domination in Ireland.
"The kiss of peace
," says the shepherd; and then he kissed the women all round, and ven he'd done, the man vith the red nose began.
There couldn't be a more defining moment than the leaders of two major religions of the world exchanging a kiss of peace
- true and genuine gesture of concord.
What they found especially heartening was the fact that the UAE government Ministers attended the mass and exchanged with others the 'kiss of peace
' as a gesture of solidarity.
On the other hand, at the kiss of peace
you'll see handshakes and even hugs.
Buckley, Jr., who suggested that divine providence had spared Waugh from the Kiss of Peace
promulgated one week after his death on Easter Sunday 1966.
I went to church for the kiss of peace
right before communion when I always kissed the boys on the cheek or the top of the head and I smiled and shook the hands of the strangers near me.
Here are to be discovered the meanings and uses of long-lost liturgical objects: the pyx, or locked box containing the host; the pax, or silver plate kissed by parishioners at mass as a ritual stand-in for the early christian kiss of peace
, and the paten, the inverted silver dish covering the chalice of holy wine upon which consecrated bread was offered to communicants.
This was followed by a kiss of peace
. And the rite concluded with the Prayer of the Faithful, the recitation of the Our Father and the final blessing.
The Archbishop and the Postulator of the Cause of Blessed John Henry Newman received the kiss of peace
from the Pope.
Jacques Lusseyran, a Frenchman who survived the Buchenwald concentration camp, says he learned "that poetry is an act, an incantation, a kiss of peace
, a medicine ...