Of or belonging to the church or clergy.
Devotion, reverence, or holiness.
To make holy or honor as sacred.
A basin or receptacle for holy or baptismal water.
The church ritual for public worship.
A form of prayer in which a member of the clergy utters a series of short invocations and the congregation responds in the same way to each.
A book of prayers or devotions read at Mass.
The act of offering, or something offered in worship.
A district headed by a bishop.
A private meeting or secret assembly.
A private or illegal assembly, usually religious.
A holy war; or any united movement to fight for an ideal.
To make free from guilt, blame, or obligation.
A pardon, release, or forgiveness.
An opinion opposed to established views or doctrines.
An abandonment or renunciation of what one has believed.
Irreverence, or speaking against God or sacred things.
Utter destruction, ruin, or damnation
A prohibitory decree, usually religious.
A birth, especially the birth of Jesus Christ.
A charm worn as protection against evil or injury.
A Mohammedan place of worship.