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- A holy water font or stoup is a vessel containing holy water which is generally placed near the entrance of a church. It is often placed at the base of...
- Conferences directed that holy water be removed from the fonts or stoups. A blessing is, as a prayer, a sacramental. By blessing water, Catholic priests praise...
- branch of boxwood is placed behind the stoup, or they hang a rosary on the stoup. The small bowl contains holy water so that the house's inhabitants could...
- Eucharist was given to them on the end of a wooden spoon, while a holy water stoup was reserved for their exclusive use. They were compelled to wear a...
- up the holy water stoup. Its original head was stolen in 1996 and has never been recovered. A devil-like figure holding up the holy water stoup is a rare...
- Mount above the confessional, and a figure of a Devil supporting a Holy Water Stoup surmounted by Angels making the Sign of the Cross, bearing the inscriptions...
- central government of the Church Holy water font (or stoup) (church) Holy water stoup (home) – see: Home stoup (below) Home stoup Honorary Prelate Horarium –...
- worshippers to St. Uriel's". NJ.com. Retrieved 29 April 2018. Church of Holy FaithWorship Opportunities Archived 2011-07-26 at the Wayback Machine...
- from the 13th century. Santa Maria Maggiore contains a 16th-century holy water stoup, the throne of Charles V, a fine marble polyptych by Antonello Gagini...
- There is a m****ive baptismal font of polished conglomerate, a curious holy water stoup, shaped like a fat, tightly girdled torso (brought from a chapel near...
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