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Walks in Oxford (1818)
Comprising an Original, Historical, and Descriptive Account of the Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings of the University: with an Introductory Outline of the Academical History of Oxford. To which are Added a Concise History and Description of the City, and Delineations in the Environs of Oxford by W. M. Wade
All Saints is a rectory, incorporated into one ...
Mary's, All Saints, and St. Peter's in the East. St. Mary's is the church used by the University on Sundays and holidays : All Saints is a beautiful modern structure, in the High- B street : St. Peter's in the ...
by Richard Crawford
All Saints is a study of stepwise tenor melodic motion, with most of its strong beats subdivided into half -notes and a few weak beats in ...
by Earl Taylor
All Saints is a significant landmark in American architectural history and became a model of modern American Gothic architecture for designers of American churches for the next 50 years. It has been called Cram and Goodhue's masterpiece.
by David Farmer
All Saints (All Hallows) is the feast of all the redeemed, known and unknown, who are now believed to be in Heaven.
by Matthew Bunson, Margaret Bunson, Stephen Bunson
All Saints > A feast of the highest rank in the Church, celebrated on the first of November, with a vigil, an octave, and a position placing it above any other substitute feast. The ceremonies conducted on this day are designed to honor all the ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
The time about All Saints day. — Farewell, thou latter spring ! farewell, All halhwn summer. Shakejp. H<nry IV. ALL-HALLOWS, a town in Kent, 7 miles from Gravesend. All-hallows, a town in the county of Cumberland, on the Elnc, between ...
Encyclopedia of Catholicism (2006)
by Frank K. Flinn
K 14 All Saints, feast of vehicle of secret Christian gnosis, or knowledge, uncovering the hidden references to Christ in the vast texts of the Hebrew Bible. Its reach stretched from controlled typology (e.g., crossing the Red Sea // baptism ), to wild ...
An Encyclopedia of the Medieval World by Ruth A Johnston
November 1 was All Saints' Day, and November 2 was All Souls' Day, to honor all saints ...
A Catholic Dictionary (1997)
by Rev. Fr. Donald Attwater
ALL SAINTS' DAY. The feast (Nov. 1 in the Western church) on which are commemorated all the saints of God, canonized and uncanonized, known and unknown. It is a feast of the highest rank and was formerly often called All Hallows' in ...
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