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Catholicity in Pictures

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A pictorial of all things catholic

A pictorial of all things catholic


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  • 1. Catholicity in Pictures part I Mr. Pablo Cuadra Religion Class
  • 2. Surplice Cassock Thurible or Censor Liturgical Vestments Liturgical artifacts
  • 3. Ambo
  • 4. Ambry Contains The Holy Oils
  • 5. Holy Oils & Ambry
  • 6. Altar & Consecration (blessing) by bishop
  • 7. Baptismal Font or Baptistery
  • 8. Belfry or Bell Tower In many countries bells are used to call people to worship
  • 9. Pectoral Cross
  • 10. Cathedra (bishop’s chair)
  • 11. Catholic Funeral Final Commendation
  • 12. Chalice & Paten (cup and Plate)
  • 13. Green Chasuble (ordinary time)
  • 14. Chi-Rho a symbol of Ordinary Time (the first two letters Of the word Christ in Greek)
  • 15. Ciborium
  • 16. Red cinture
  • 17. Cloistered Nun In a convent
  • 18. Chalice or Cup Wheat symbol of The Eucharist
  • 19. Confessional
  • 20. Solemnity of Corpus Christy (Body of Christ)
  • 21. Dalmatica (deacon’s attire)
  • 22. Deacon wearing Purple stole
  • 23. Dove symbol of the Holy Spirit in Christian art
  • 24. Ring of the Fisherman (Papal ring)
  • 25. Holy Oils Oil of the Sick Sacred Chrism Oil of the catechumens
  • 26. Lectionary
  • 27. Mitre or Bishop’s ceremonial hat
  • 28. Monstrance (to show) The monstrance is use for the exposition of The Blessed Sacrament
  • 29. Nativity or manger
  • 30. Nave (boat)
  • 31. Nuns
  • 32. Pallium only the Pope and Metropolitans (Archbishops) Can wear it.
  • 33. Pallium a sign of jurisdiction delegated by the Pope
  • 34. Paten
  • 35. Sancturay
  • 36. Stole Alb (means white)
  • 37. Tabernacle (tent)
  • 38. Seminarian
  • 39. Pyx for Holy Communion
  • 40. Ring Rosary
  • 41. Advent Wreath
  • 42. Stations of the Cross (Via Crucis)
  • 43. Paschal Candle
  • 44. Apparition of Mary in Zeitun Egypt before Muslims and Christians
  • 45. Jesus Savior of Men –this symbol appears in many European Churches
  • 46. ichthus , An Early Christian Symbol