orarium


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orarium

(ɔːˈrɛərɪəm) or

orarion

n
(Eastern Church (Greek & Russian Orthodox)) a garment worn by a deacon in the Eastern Orthodox Church
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On the other hand, the ordination, like that of a male deacon, is performed by the bishop at the altar during Mass, during which the bishop places the stole of a deacon (an orarium in Latin) on the shoulders of the woman deacon.
The bishop placed his hands on the head of the candidate for the ordination and places the stole (orarium) around her neck in the same way as was done for the male deacons.
Uma e a que regista a bem conhecida oferta de um orarium aos Igaeditanos, feita por um cidadao de Emerita, pertencente a uma familia, a Tallia (nao a invulgar Iallia), de cuja importancia em Merida mais dados se irao, certamente, conhecer (3).
The rite for a woman deacon takes place within the Mass and begins with the instructions, "When the bishop blesses the deacon, he places the orarium on her neck.
says they may have assisted at the altar (with episcopal approval), but clearly catechized younger women, prepared rural women for baptism, preached, and read the Gospel (having received the orarium).
(19) An early term for the stole was orarium, and this could be applied both to a metropolitan's pallium or to a presbyter's stole, depending on the context.
Las equivalencias propuestas en los glosarios del CGL para orarium son mappa y linteamen.