|(Latin) Mass, Catholic prayer services||missa|
|95th Psalm as invitation to prayer, musical setting of 95th Psalm||Venite|
|act of freeing from guilt or blame, exoneration; state of being free from guilt or blame, forgiveness, prayer of forgiveness||absolution|
|act of speaking on behalf of another; mediation, arbitration, intervention, interceding, prayer or petition, trying to resolve conflict||intercession|
|act of voting, right to vote, right to vote; vote cast in favor of a specific candidate; short prayer or petition (Ecclesiastical)||suffrage|
|add elegance, beauty; kindness; good will; mercy; reprieve, pardon; prayer, blessing (said in thanks for food before or after a meal), contribute pleasingly||grace|
|affirmation in a prayer, expressing strong agreement, interj. so be it! (expressing agreement with something that has been said), so be it (said at the end of a prayer)||amen|
|altar cloth covering, book of prayers and hymns, evening prayer book; altar cover, of vespers, of evening prayer||vesperal|
|amulet, Jewish aid to prayer, reminder, see also:tefillin, small leather case containing Scriptural texts which is worn by Jews during morning prayers||phylactery|
|beaded molding, head decoration, prayer beads, string of prayer beads; prayers said using prayer beads||chaplet|
|bell announcing Angelus, liturgical prayer that is recited three times a day to commemorate the Annunciation (Roman Catholicism), Roman Catholic prayers||Angelus|
|blockage of an artery or vein by a blood clot or other undissolved matter (Medicine), blockage of artery, embolus, insertion of day or days, prayer during Roman Catholic Mass||embolism|
|calling upon higher power, cry, supplication, request for help or protection (made to a deity); prayer; request, earnest appeal, entreaty; summoning of a spirit; incantation, incantation supposedly summoning demon, quoting of something as a reason||invocation|
|Catholic prayer||te igitur|
|Catholic prayer book used in the celebration of Mass, prayer book, Roman Catholic prayer book||missal|
|Catholic prayer services, Christian ceremony||Mass|
|cause suffering to, evil prayer, menstruation, religious ban, source of harm, swear, swear at, swear word; evil proclamation, imprecation; misfortune, swear; blaspheme; wish evil on someone or something, swearword, used as oath||curse|
|chant a prayer, chant; sing; speak or recite in song-like tones; produce musical tones, say, start a Gregorian chant||intone|
|Christian prayer days||Ember Days|
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