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  • proper n. the visit of the Virgin Mary to her cousin Elizabeth; the commemoration of this on 31st May


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  • Visitation is 8: 30 a.m. to 8: 30 p.m. Tuesday and 8: 30 a.m. until services

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  • So, in summary, The Visitation is not too embarrassing; the other three, however, are - with a particular demerit for Time Flight, the worst story since The Mutants.

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  • Visitation is at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Davis-Greenlawn Chapel, followed by a service at 7 p.m.

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  • The royal commission, entitled The Visitation of Bethlehem Hospital, carried out by two of Henry IVs royal chaplains in 1403, revealed neglect and financial irregularities.


  • The Visitation was the best part of the movie: just like I pictured it.

    The Nativity Story: A Review

  • Arrangements for the Visitation, which is intended to assist the local Church on her path of renewal, will be made in cooperation with the competent offices of the Roman Curia and the Irish Episcopal Conference.

    Slugger O'Toole

  • I took occasion of that event to send this letter to the women religious in our archdiocese assuring them of our support and requesting that they participate fully in the Apostolic Visitation, which is currently underway: celebrates the gift of the Consecrated Life, I wish to say a word of appreciation and congratulations to all religious.

    Cardinal Seán's Blog

  • Among the earliest examples of the Visitation are the Monza Ampoule, a sixth-century pilgrim's souvenir from the Holy Land, and gospel miniatures from Armenia and Syria.

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  • St. John the Baptist is scheduled to merge with Annunciation church a few miles away and form a new parish called Visitation of Mary. - News

  • "Visitation" and "Empire Garden" premiered last year at the Tanglewood Music Festival, where Morris's troupe is the only dance company to perform.

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