Definition of Censing. Meaning of Censing. Synonyms of Censing

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Definition of Censing

Censing
Cense Cense, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Censed; p. pr. & vb. n. Censing.] [Abbrev. from incense.] To perfume with odors from burning gums and spices. The Salii sing and cense his altars round. --Dryden.

Meaning of Censing from wikipedia

- are two types of censing: a Greater Censing (which encomp****es the entire temple and all of the people therein), and a Lesser Censing (which, depending...
- deacon is present, he typically does much of the censing; otherwise, the priest will perform the censing. Unordained servers or acolytes are permitted to...
- The Seventh Seal: An Angel Censing an Altar and Pouring the Censer over the Earth...
- and vestments are changed from dark to bright and the deacon performs a censing of the church. In the Gr**** tradition, the clergy strew laurel leaves and...
- Psalms are sung, it is also accompanied by a joyful peal of the bells and censing of the church, sometimes with a hand censer which has many bells on it...
- may be carried by the deacon during the censing by the bishop [3] or by one of the subdeacons during the censing by the deacon. There exists a special form...
- and noonday). In the Divine Liturgy it is recited by the deacon while he censing the entire church at the conclusion of the Proskomedie, which is also known...
- Rameses III censing and libating...
- chrism before walking around the church three times inside and out and censing it. Then there follows the consecration of the altar. First, holy water...
- the liturgical colors are changed to white and the deacon performs a censing, and the priest strews laurel leaves around the church, symbolizing the...
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