Definition of Spiritual bouquet

1. Noun. (Roman Catholic Church) a card indicating that the sender will perform certain devotional acts on behalf of another.

Lexicographical Neighbors of Spiritual Bouquet

spirits away
spirits of ammonia
spirits of hartshorn
spirits of salt
spirits of salts
spirits of wine
spirits of wines
spiritual awakening
spiritual being
spiritual bouquet (current term)
spiritual desertion
spiritual healing
spiritual leader
spiritual naturalism
spiritual naturalist
spiritual rebirth
spiritual sequel
spiritual sequels
spiritual violence
spiritual world
spiritual worlds

Literary usage of Spiritual bouquet

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Selection from the Spiritual Letters of S. Francis de Sales, Bishop and by Francis, H. L. Sidney Lear (1876)
"... tt recommended at the close of her meditation to gather a spiritual bouquet, and to smell it often through the day. ..."

2. The Church and Kindness to Animals (1906)
"Thoughts are drawn from the Scriptures, the liturgy, the lives of the Saints, and other sources, all being woven into a charming spiritual bouquet.— 3/6- . ..."

3. Studies in Religious History by Ernest Renan (1886)
"For each Sunday there would be an extract from the Gospel and from the Fathers of the Spiritual Life, a prayer and a spiritual bouquet, after the manner of ..."

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