Definition of Desecration. Meaning of Desecration. Synonyms of Desecration

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Definition of Desecration

Desecration
Desecration Des`e*cra"tion, n. The act of desecrating; profanation; condition of anything desecrated.

Meaning of Desecration from wikipedia

- consider acts of desecration to be sacrilegious acts. This can include desecration of sacred books, sacred places or sacred objects. Desecration generally may...
- Flag desecration is the desecration of a flag, violation of flag protocol, or various acts that intentionally destroy, damage, or mutilate a flag in public...
- transubstantiated into the body of Jesus Christ, host desecration is one of the gravest sins. Intentional host desecration incurs the penalty of excommunication latae...
- provide punishment for the physical "desecration" of the flag of the United States. The concept of flag desecration continues to provoke a heated debate...
- Sabbath desecration is the failure to observe the Biblical Sabbath and is usually considered a sin and a breach of a holy day in relation to either the...
- Desecration is the act of depriving something of its sacred character. Desecration may also refer to: Desecration (band), a Welsh death metal band Desecration...
- Desecration: Antichrist Takes the Throne is the ninth book in the Left Behind series. It was published on Tuesday, October 30, 2001 by Tyndale House....
- instances of Quran desecration by US personnel (two of which were described as "unintentional"), and fifteen instances of desecration by Muslim prisoners...
- The 2005 Quran desecration controversy began when Newsw****'s April 30, 2005, issue contained a report ****erting that United States prison guards or interrogators...
- the form of forced conversions, do****ented m****acres, demolition and desecration of temples, as well as the destruction of educational centres. David...
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