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“Considerable confusion is caused by the Reims version which renders hagiasmos by "holiness" in Hebrews 12: 14, but more correctly elsewhere by "sanctification", while hagiosyne, which is only once rendered correctly "holiness", is twice translated "sanctification".”
“The blessing of the water takes place on the eve of the Epiphany after Mass and Vespers, and is called the "grand blessing" (megas hagiasmos), so as to distinguish it from the "little blessing" (mikros hagiasmos), which is conducted with less ceremony on the first of each month, except January (on the 5th) and September”
“In R. 2626 is added, kai hagiasmos, which Faber translates, "et illuminatio et sanctificatio.”
“In R. 2924, hagiasmos is read instead of photismos.”
“Sanctification (hagiasmos) is consequently by no means a merely negative bearing, even in the ante-sinful state, but is a positive forming of the will and heart unto holiness.”
“Heb.xii. 10 (_hagiotes_ or holiness), v. 14 (_hagiasmos_ or sanctification).”
“* Schizontai de hoi ouranoi, e kata Matthaion anoigontai, hina tois anthropois apodothe ex ouranou ho hagiasmos, kai sunaphthe tois epigeiois ta ourania:  1”
“ On which, Victor of Antioch (if indeed it be he) finely remarks, -- Schizontai de hoi ouranoi, e kata Matthaion anoigontai, hina tois anthropois apodothe ex ouranou ho hagiasmos, kai sunaphthe tois epigeiois ta ourania.”
“This is an allusion to 1 Corinthians 1: 30, where Jesus is called the "holiness" ( "hagiasmos") of God.”
“(hagiasmos), and the great one (used on the Epiphany) followed by a sacramental which consists of bathing (nipter) afterwards.”
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The inner or western division of the Jewish tabernacle, as distinguished from the outer part, called the holy place. The holy of holies was inclosed on three sides by the walls of the tabernacle, w...
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