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  Chalice
The earliest specimen of a chalice of whose original purpose we can feel reasonably confident is the chalice of Chelles, preserved until the French Revolution and believed to have been wrought by, or at least to date from the time of, the famous artificer St. Eligius of Noyon, who died in 659.
These latter chalices are of considerable size, and they are often, though not always, fitted with handles, which, it is easy to understand, would have afforded additional security against accidents when the sacred vessel was put to the lips of each communicant in turn.
According to the existing law of the Church the chalice, or at least the cup of it, must be made either of gold or of silver, and in the latter case the bowl must be gilt on the inside.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/c/chalice.html   (2985 words)

  
 Glastonbury Tor, Chalice Hill, King Arthur, Giants - Crystalinks
The configuration of the Mary energy line, containing the phallus-like mediaeval tower of St.Michael, seems to portray a chalice or grail and is thus a potent symbol of the alchemical fusion of universal opposites.
The soft rounded Chalice Hill lies beside the Tor, held by many to be the burial site for the Holy Grail, that ancient mysterious vessel sought by the Knights of the Round Table, signifying the human Quest for spiritual understanding.
Chalice Hill is a serenely vital place, where one may hear music, smell unseen roses, and see lights, reports one pilgrim.
www.crystalinks.com /glastonburytor.html   (3778 words)

  
 CMT.com : Chalice : Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Chalice used synthesizers as the back and front bone to achieve their bouncy danceable sound; but an over reliance on the sound branded them as lightweights by diehard reggae fanatics.
In concert, Chalice made you get up and boogie; but their studio recordings were often cheaply produced and lacked the same dynamics of their live shows.
Chalice sometimes sang about serious issues, like on the rootsy "Good Be There" and "Stand Up," but not nearly enough to satisfy their critics.
www.cmt.com /artists/az/chalice/bio.jhtml   (332 words)

  
 Flaming Chalice
The chalice used by Jesus at his last Passover seder became the Holy Grail sought by the knights of Wales and England.
The chalice and the flame were brought together as a Unitarian symbol by an Austrian artist, Hans Deutsch, in 1941.
The flaming chalice design was made into a seal for papers and a badge for agents moving refugees to freedom.
www.uuus.org /flaming_chalice.htm   (886 words)

  
 Chalice (cup) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chalices are often made of precious metal, and they are sometimes richly jewelled.
The symbol of Unitarian Universalism is a flaming chalice.
The term "poisoned chalice" is applied to a thing or situation which appears to be good when it is received or experienced by someone, but then becomes or is found to be bad.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chalice_(cup)   (210 words)

  
 The Chalice (Paganlore.com)
The chalice or cup is used on the altar to represent the Female principle of Water.
The chalice along with the athame, sword or wand are the moderntools which are used in the enactment of the "Great Rite"-the union of the male and female principle from which Life will spring.
The chalice is symbolic of the womb of the Goddess, and is associated with fertility.
www.paganlore.com /chalice.html   (668 words)

  
 Chalice - Music Downloads - Online
Chalice used synthesizers as the back and front bone to achieve their bouncy danceable sound; but an over reliance on the sound branded them as lightweights by diehard reggae fanatics.
In concert, Chalice made you get up and boogie; but their studio recordings were often cheaply produced and lacked the same dynamics of their live shows.
Chalice sometimes sang about serious issues, like on the rootsy "Good Be There" and "Stand Up," but not nearly enough to satisfy their critics.
musicstore.connect.com /artist/785/Chalice/1007857.html   (288 words)

  
 The Ardagh Chalice
This chalice was lost when "...One day her children took it out of the house to play with and...
The Ardagh Chalice itself is made from a silver-bronze alloy and its main features include delicate gold filigree work, ornate handles and the use of semi-precious and coloured stones and enamels.
Perhaps when the alarm was raised to signify the approach of soldiers, and in the hurry of the moment, the chalice was hidden to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.
www.limerickdioceseheritage.org /Ardagh/hyArdaghChalice.htm   (964 words)

  
 Chalice - LoveToKnow 1911
For the various forms which the "chalice" so used has taken, see Drinking-Vessels and Plate.
When, in the eucharistic service, water is mixed with the wine, the "chalice" is known as the "mixed chalice." This has been customary both in the Eastern and Western Churches from early times.
The Armenian Church does not use the "mixed chalice." It was used in the English Church before the Reformation.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Chalice   (139 words)

  
 Chalice Circles
Chalice Circles are small groups of six to 12 people who meet regularly.
Chalice Circles provide both the opportunity for participants to share what's happening in their lives and the opportunity to reflect with others on some of "life's big questions." There is a topic for discussion for each meeting.
Chalice Circles meet every other week for about two hours, usually during the first and third weeks of a month.
www.saltwaterchurch.org /chalicecircles.html   (418 words)

  
 Unity Temple: Community: Chalice Circles
Chalice Circles are an opportunity for congregation members and friends to participate in small groups in which they explore the bedrock questions of life and faith.
This is the overarching purpose of Chalice Circles.
Chalice Circles are ongoing groups of about ten adults meeting monthly or bimonthly.
unitytemple.org /community/chalice.htm   (185 words)

  
 Chalice and Ciborium Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Chalice is 4" high with a 6" diameter cup (8 oz).
Chalice is 10" high with a 5-1/2" diameter cup.
Chalice (A) is 8-1/2" high with a 3-3/4" diameter cup (8 oz.).
www.kerrycollection.com /CATEGORIES/LITURGICAL/pages/chalice_ciborium.html   (1260 words)

  
 Saturday School Searchable Archive
Chalice of the Void with 2 counters would counter all the copies of Boomerang, since Boomerang (and copies of it) have a converted mana cost of 2.
Chalice of the Void only looks at the converted mana cost of the spell you play, this is determined by looking at the symbols in the top right corner of the card.
Chalice of the Void has to be in play at the end of playing a spell for the ability to trigger.
www.wizards.com /default.asp?x=mtgcom/satschoolarchive&term=Chalice_of_the_Void   (2529 words)

  
 Isis Book General Information Article: The Chalice
Fill your Chalice three quarters full of spring water and add about one teaspoon each of the appropriate herbs for the type of energy you are seeking to manifest.
Then set the chalice out in the light of the full moon for the duration of the evening, taking care to bring the chalice back inside before the first rays of the dawn sun.
Chalices are also excellent used as a scrying tool much in the way that a crystal ball is used.
www.isisbooks.com /thechalicenews.asp   (763 words)

  
 Chalice Information
The chalice and St. Andrew’s Cross, symbol of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) adopted by the church’s 1971 General Assembly, is a registered trademark with the United States Patent Office.
It is in the interest of the church to use the symbol with dignity and propriety to maintain the respect due an identifying mark of an institution.
The chalice points to the centrality of the Lord’s Supper in the life and worship of the Disciples.
www.disciples.org /CM/chalice.htm   (191 words)

  
 New Catholic Dictionary: chalice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A chalice is usually from 8 to 11 inches in height, with a wide base, a stem with a knob midway, and a cup.
Chalices are blessed by a bishop, who anoints them with holy chrism, a ceremony which goes back to the time of Saint Gregory the Great (590-604).
In art the chalice is a symbol of the Holy Eucharist, and is often depicted with a Host above it.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/ncd01840.htm   (188 words)

  
 Chalice Lighters
The new Chalice Lighter grant is for construction of a new Religious Education building for the First Jefferson UU Church in Fort Worth.
The district chalice lighter program is doing great with every expectation that the current call for the Neshoba UU Church being a record amount for the Southwest District.
If you would like to become a Chalice Lighter, you can contribute to the two remaining calls of the year by giving at least $20 for this call and the next call (that's $10 per call.) Remember, if both you and your spouse want to be Chalice Lighters, the contribution would be $20 per call.
www.liveoakuu.org /chalicelight.html   (4290 words)

  
 Agni Yoga Talks - Chalice
The Chalice forms a triangle between the center of the heart and the solar plexus.
The treasure of straight-knowledge is contained in the Chalice, therefore one should add to the two mentioned centers the blossoming of the third center.
The Chalice is the son, awakened by the father.
www.agniyoga.org /ay_talks/ay_talks_chalice_f2004.html   (1602 words)

  
 First Unitarian Society - Spiritual Growth - Covenant Group Ministry
Chalice Groups are groups of about ten people who meet regularly to build community, learn to practice shared ministry and nurture their spiritual lives.
Chalice Groups consist of 6-11 people, large enough to promote group interaction but small enough to allow intimacy and equal participation.
A few groups choose specific themes for their focus; however, the content of a Chalice Group is always secondary to opportunities for deepening relationships among group members.
www.fusmadison.org /adult/chalice.shtml   (932 words)

  
 ~*~Welcome To Autumns Path~*~   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Surrounding the lip of the chalice is a hand painted orange blossom wreath.
A woven Pentacle is surrounded by lush vines of ivy climbing upwards towards the crown of the cup symbolizes abundant growth.
Beautifully carved, this chalice features the Goddess sitting on the Crescent Moon while stars are dancing about her feet.
www.autumnspath.com /chalices.html   (750 words)

  
 Artists - Modern Invasion Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Heavily inspired by the splendour & musical magnitude of the '3rd & THE MORTAL', CHALICE were formed by vocalist SHIRALEE, who wanted to create a dark, atmospheric doom Metal experience, with vocals to match the pure & angelic excellence of KARI RUESLATTEN.
Gathering an experienced collective of musicians which on this CD recording includes a classical violinist, CHALICE honed their craft over a number of years, entering the studio in 1998 to record one of Australia's finest Demo & most innovative releases ever.
CHALICE is the proudest & the most important signing to MODERN INVASION Label for the NEW MILLENNIUM.
www.moderninvasionmusic.com /Artists/Chalice.html   (174 words)

  
 Chalice
Surrounding the foot of Chalice is a dark band of fl pearl granite in six segments making a circle just over 3 metres in diameter.
Chalice stands 18 metres high and is 1.2 metres in diameter at the ground and 8.5 metres in diameter at the top.
Chalice has a solid steel base up to approximately three metres above the ground and beyond that comprises a perforated network of 42 aluminium shapes depicting the leaves of native trees that previously grew in the city area.
www.ccc.govt.nz /square/Chalice/About.asp   (421 words)

  
 Chaliceā„¢ font family : MyFonts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Chalice’s construct is geometric at heart, though the wedge serifs and their contribution to the overall idiosyncrasies of the counterspace give it a spirit entirely different from usual geometric types.
Chalice’s personality is that of a knowledgeable advisor, clinical yet old-fashioned, aware yet unsurprised, secular yet serene, clear yet artistic, hungry yet redeemable.
Chalice comes in 4 weights, light to fl, that range in expression from a sobering wise whisper of confidence all the way to the bells and whistles of Judgment Day.
www.myfonts.com /fonts/canadatype/chalice   (313 words)

  
 Chalice Lighters
Each congregation has a Chalice Lighter Coordinator who receives all bulletins on the program and keeps the congregation, the minister, the RE director, the newsletter editor and all concerned persons aware of the current and upcoming Call.
The suggested minimum donation to become a Chalice Lighter is $10 per Call for an individual, $20 for a family.
The requirements are that a congregation fills out an application form that may be obtained from either the Chalice Lighters page on the District web site or by contacting the District Administrator, PO BOX 898, Croton on Hudson, NY 10520.
www.uumetrony.org /services/whatischalicelighters.htm   (577 words)

  
 Reggae Reviews: Chalice
Why Chalice didn't gain more international popularity than it did is beyond me. The band's freewheeling, fun style seems tailor-made for mainstream success, and indeed one of its founding members would later join Third World.
Unfortunately, Chalice's fan base was largely confined to Jamaica during its height in the '80s.
This dancehall sound at least partly explains Chalice's popularity in Jamaica during the '80s, a time when roots gave way to dancehall as the dominant style.
www.reggae-reviews.com /chalice.html   (274 words)

  
 Chalice - OrthodoxWiki
The chalice is usually made of a precious metal, gold or silver, and maybe plain, engraved, bejeweled, or decorated with a combination of adornment.
During the entry to the eucharistic service the wine is brought in the chalice and a plate called the Paten or Diskos is used to carry the prosphora, which is a leavened bread or artos.
Communion of the laity is usually by spoon directly from the chalice to the communicant.
orthodoxwiki.org /Chalice   (281 words)

  
 Flaming Chalice
He directed the chalice to be passed among the people to demonstrate the equality of worshiper and priest.
Joy wrote his board in Boston that the "the holy oil burning in the chalice is a symbol of helpfulness and sacrifice…The fact that it remotely suggests a cross was not in his mind, but to me this also has merit.
The flaming chalice was made into a seal for papers and a badge for agents moving refugees to freedom.
www.liveoakuu.org /sermons/flaming.html   (1176 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Chalice
"The chalice of benediction, which we bless", writes St. Paul, "is it not the communion of the blood of Christ?" (1 Corinthians 10:16).
Chrysostom of a golden chalice set with gems (Hom.
Patrick reveal the fact that the artificers of chalices and bells had a certain status which in that rude age won respect for the arts of peace.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03561a.htm   (3008 words)

  
 Esoteric School of Shamanism and Magic - Magical Tool Chalice   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Chalice is often called the magical tool of the Spirit, since the Chalice is the magical Water tool and Water is the language of the Spirit.
Goblet-shaped chalices work best, and should have a bowl that is large enough to store small magical objects (storing objects in your keyed chalice keeps them clear of unwanted energies).
Chalices should be made of a single material, such as glass, ceramic, silver, pewter or copper.
www.shamanschool.com /courses/chalice.html   (371 words)

  
 NED-UUA Chalice Lighter Program
CHALICE LIGHTERS is a way to bring warmth, fellowship, and support to UU congregations in the NED.
Application to enroll as a Chalice Lighter can be made to the Extension Committee through the NED Office.
To become a Chalice Lighter or to apply to become a recipient for Chalice Lighter funds, you may contact Alyson Durham at e-mail
www.ned-uua.org /programs/chalice.html   (208 words)

  
 The Flaming Chalice of Unitarian Universalism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The Flaming Chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism.
Some form of a flame in a chalice cup is lit at the begining of all Unitarian Universalist worship services.
The flaming chalice logo shown above is used by the Unitarian Universalist Church of the Verdugo Hills.
home.earthlink.net /~uucvh/chalice.html   (217 words)

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