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  • Consecration is thus a taking away from the world and a giving over to the living God.

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  • The Law of Consecration is not some obscure Mormon doctrine.

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  • This is the triumph we are asking her for by the means she herself requested, namely the Consecration of Russia to Her Immaculate Heart by the Supreme Pastor and all the Bishops of the Catholic world, and the spread of the devotion to her Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.

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  • There were, however, some delays in bringing the three together, and on the New Year's Day of 1861, the designate writes to Bishop Abraham: 'I dare say the want of any positive certainty as to the time of the Consecration is a good discipline for me.

    Life of John Coleridge Patteson

  • In "Consecration" (Milestone), a set of eight CDs recorded at the Keystone Korner in San Francisco, his playing with Mr. Johnson and the remarkable drummer Joe LaBarbera is full of fire.

    Emulating Bill Evans

  • But now fox1013 has written a beautiful Firefly story, "Consecration".

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  • Even in "Consecration" we hear the challenging ring of a young voice who has wandered over the face of the earth and has taken his place with the "Outcast," has cast his lot with the sailor, the stoker, the tramp.

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  • One may search these "Salt Water Ballads" through from the opening line of "Consecration" to "The Song At Parting" and find no faint suggestion of that deep religious glory of "The Everlasting Mercy."

    Giant Hours with Poet Preachers

  • This Saturday morning Mass apparently a spider was on the altar during the Consecration.

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  • At the Consecration of the Mass, when the Eucharist was held high for the world to see His triumph—grant Francie her life and take mine—Franklin had felt a twinge in his neck.

    Shortcut Man

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