Definition of Officiations
1. officiation [n] - See also: officiation
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Officiations
Literary usage of Officiations
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Epistle to the Galatians by George Gillanders Findlay (1891)
"... and it requires that we should " put away childish things," and amongst them ritual display and sacerdotal officiations, Pagan, Jewish, or Romish. ..."
2. The Development of Religious Liberty in Connecticut by Maria Louise Greene (1905)
"First, occasional officiations of ministers outside their own churches were authorized; secondly, there was a movement to revive the authority and office of ..."
3. The Diegesis: Being a Discovery of the Origin, Evidences, and Early History by Robert Taylor (1829)
"THE WHITE SURPLICE, AS worn by all our Protestant clergy, was the dress of the Pagan priesthood in a part of their public officiations, ..."
4. Letters Upon Divers Subjects in Theology: Addressed to Licentiates, Or by William McGirr (1854)
"Again : The white surplice as worn by many of our Protestant clergy, waa the dress of the Pagan priesthood, in a part of their public officiations. ..."
5. History: Chronology 1: Second Edition by Anatoly Fomenko (2007)
"... fact of the openly Bacchic practise of Christian officiations in mediaeval Italy and France, where liturgies often transformed into orgies, ..."