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  • runescape how to make 1mil I DID NOT MAKE THE PROGRAM IGNORE aba garment of camel or goat hair; camel or goat-hair fabric abacinate to blind by putting red-hot copper basin near the eyes abactor cattle thief abaculus small tile for mosaic abaft toward or at the stern of a ship; further aft abampere unit equivalent to 10 amperes abapical at the lowest point abarticular not connected with the joint abasement action of humbling or degrading abasia inability to walk due to lack of muscular coordination abask in genial warmth abatis rampart of felled trees and branches abatjour skylight or device to direct light into a room abattoir public slaughterhouse abature trail through wood beaten down by a stag abb yarn used for warp abba Syriac or Coptic bishop abbatial of, like or pertaining to abbots or an abbey abbozzo preliminary sketch abditive remote; secret; hidden abdominous having a paunch or big belly abducent turning away; bearing away from abeam in a line at right angles to the length of a vessel, on the beam abear to bear; to comport; to behave abecedarian of, like or pertaining to the order of the alphabet; rudimentary abecedism word created from the initials of words in a phrase abele white poplar tree aberdevine alternate name for the siskin aberuncators long tool for pruning tall branches abessive indicating absence or lack abiectic of, like or pertaining to fir trees or fir sap abigail a lady's maid RUNE R r rune runescape SCAPE RUNESCAPE RuneScape Runescape rs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ...
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  • END OF MASS in BELMONT TO CELEBRATE THE 150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE CONSECRATION OF THE ABBEY CHURCH Clergy leave the Sanctuary of the Abbey Church after this wonderful Mass.
  • My favorite intersection in Paris France Great hotel, market, flower shop and cafe... Abbatial Saint Germain Hotel, 46 St. Germain Blvd... Latin Quarter
  • Abbot Gregory's abbatial blessing 2-26-10 Mt. Angel Abbey, St. Benedict. OR 97373
  • Rocamadour: Black Madonna in the Lot, France Black Madonna / La Vierge Noire From ROCAMADOUR: Interactive Virtual Visit CDROM Set in a spectacular canyon, 150 metres deep, Rocamadour is the site of one of the most celebrated pilgrimages of Western Europe. Historians believe that the pilgrimage to Rocamadour began before the end of the first millennium. In 1166 the uncorrupted body of a hermit was discovered beneath the threshold of the troglodite chapel. He was named as Amadour, and his resting-place named Roc-Amadour. L'escalier des pèlerins, with 216 steps, is at the foot of the château abbatial. Pilgrims climbed the steps on their knees - one of the major stages of the pilgrimage, before entering the sanctuaries. Les sanctuaires are at the heart of the religeous cité, with it's seven chapels and churches. La chapelle Notre-Dame is the sanctuary of the Black Madonna. Covered with blackened sheets of silver, this is the reliquary statue of Notre-Dame de Rocamadour. La place des Senhals was the commercial centre for sportelles (moulded metal badges) which were the mark of pilgrims to Rocamadour. The sportelle may be made of gold, silver, tin, bronze or lead. Today the attracting many followers.pilgrimage is still vibrant. From ROCAMADOUR: Interactive Virtual Visit CDROM Order now from Places of Pilgrimage
  • Abbatial Blessing '06 - Farnborough Abbey On 22nd October 2006 Abbot Cuthbert Brogan OSB was raised to the abbatial dignity at the magnificent Farnborough Abbey, a thriving Benedictine monastery near London. This is a wee video of the Procession out of the Church. More here:
  • St. Bridgid's Virgins St. Brigid of Ireland Feastday: February 1 Brigid was probably born at Faughart near Dundalk, Louth, Ireland. Her parents were baptized by St. Patrick, with whom she developed a close friendship. According to legend, her father was Dubhthach, an Irish chieftain of Lienster, and her mother, Brocca, was a slave at his court. Even as a young girl she evinced an interest for a religious life and took the veil in her youth from St. Macaille at Croghan and probably was professed by St. Mel of Armagh, who is believed to have conferred abbatial authority on her. She settled with seven of her virgins at the foot of Croghan Hill for a time and about the year 468, followed Mel to Meath. About the year 470 she founded a double monastery at Cill-Dara (Kildare) and was Abbess of the convent, the first in Ireland. The foundation developed into a center of learning and spirituality, and around it grew up the Cathedral city of Kildare. She founded a school of art at Kildare and its illuminated m***cripts became famous, notably the Book of Kildare, which was praised as one of the finest of all illuminated Irish m***cripts before its disappearance three centuries ago. Brigid was one of the most remarkable women of her times, and despite the numerous legendary, extravagant, and even fantastic miracles attributed to her, there is no doubt that her extraordinary spirituality, boundless charity, and compassion for those in distress were real. She died at Kildare on February 1. The Mary of the ...
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  • Brigid at Croghan Hill by David Hart St. Brigid of Ireland Feastday: February 1 Brigid was probably born at Faughart near Dundalk, Louth, Ireland. Her parents were baptized by St. Patrick, with whom she developed a close friendship. According to legend, her father was Dubhthach, an Irish chieftain of Lienster, and her mother, Brocca, was a slave at his court. Even as a young girl she evinced an interest for a religious life and took the veil in her youth from St. Macaille at Croghan and probably was professed by St. Mel of Armagh, who is believed to have conferred abbatial authority on her. She settled with seven of her virgins at the foot of Croghan Hill for a time and about the year 468, followed Mel to Meath. About the year 470 she founded a double monastery at Cill-Dara (Kildare) and was Abbess of the convent, the first in Ireland. The foundation developed into a center of learning and spirituality, and around it grew up the Cathedral city of Kildare. She founded a school of art at Kildare and its illuminated m***cripts became famous, notably the Book of Kildare, which was praised as one of the finest of all illuminated Irish m***cripts before its disappearance three centuries ago. Brigid was one of the most remarkable women of her times, and despite the numerous legendary, extravagant, and even fantastic miracles attributed to her, there is no doubt that her extraordinary spirituality, boundless charity, and compassion for those in distress were real. She died at Kildare on February 1. The Mary of the ...