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“Exaltation is when the natal Sun is conjunct the natural ruler of the sign that the Sun is resident in.”
“The observance of the Feast of the Exaltation (probably from a Greek word meaning "bringing to light") of the Cross has been celebrated by Christians on September 14 ever since.”
“Now was the Rude Day cumin, called the Exaltation of the”
“Closely connected with this is the idea of Exaltation: 'Thus saith the”
“Exaltation" is usually taken to mean an emotional state evoked by contemplating the supernatural.”
“Exaltation," is very original, though neither the beginning nor the ending is particularly striking.”
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“On this, the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, we also celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum coming into effect.”
“Since today is the Memorial of St. John Chrysostom and tomorrow is the Feast of the Triumph/Exaltation of the Cross, what better than a quote from the great Eastern Father and Doctor about Christ's Passion and Cross?”
“The biblical readings of the Mass of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (September 14) present, among others, the theme of looking upon.”
“Monuments marking the 1998 nuclear tests dot the country, and the anniversary of those tests is celebrated as Youm-e-Takbeer, or Day of Exaltation.”
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