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“Baptism and the Lord's Supper by the term Mysteries, and allowed the name of Sacrament to Ordination, Confirmation, and Marriage.”
“Mystery plays were afterwards divided into three classes, though the generic term Mysteries, meaning all three, is generally used.”
“As in the past so also today, the careful celebration of the Sacred Mysteries is a most efficacious instrument for achieving this goal.”
“Somewhat like her character in Mysteries In Pittsburg, -- the alluring classical violinist Jane Bellwether -- Sienna Miller is a compelling, straightforward person who makes no bones about what she's about and how she handles her life in the spotlight.”
“Evelyn David will be appearing on two panels at Mayhem: Friday 3: 00 pm - "Casting Call: Creating Real Characters;" Saturday 1: 30 pm – "Pet Peeves: Killing Animals vs. Killing People in Mysteries”
“It's called The Role of Humor in Mysteries, it will take place at 10 a.m.”
“All I'll say is that, as the moderator for the "Humor in Mysteries" panel, this Saturday at Malice, I don't plan to ask, "Where do you get your ideas?" or "How long does it take you to write a book?" or even "Why don't you stop writing all that crap and write the Great American Novel?”
“The Roman Mysteries is a mystery/adventure series set in 79 A.D. by British author, Caroline Lawrence.”
“The meditations of the Rosary are called Mysteries and refer to major events in the life of Mary and Jesus.”
“But even in Greek Mysteries the conceptions are necessarily not so purely spiritual as in the Christian creed, of which they seem half-conscious and fragmentary anticipations.”
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