Translation of sacristy in Spanish:


sacristía, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsækrəsti/ /ˈsakrɪsti/

See Spanish definition of sacristía

nounplural sacristies

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    sacristía feminine
    • Those who may wish to join the choir are more than welcome and can still do so by calling into the church sacristy or contacting any of the parish priests.
    • To the right, a stair leads up to the choir gallery over the sacristy and priest's office.
    • A meeting of the local Pioneer Council will take place tomorrow night Wednesday 22nd January at 8.30 pm in the sacristy of the Parish Church.
    • An introductory meeting will be held in the sacristy of the Parish Church, tonight Tuesday 1st October at 8.00 pm, and all are welcome.
    • A meeting to commence a branch of the Legion of Mary in the area took place in the sacristy in Kilglass Church on Wednesday night last.
    • Envelopes are also available from the church sacristy.
    • Fr. Dillon PP was thanked for allowing the branch to use the Church sacristy for meetings.
    • Registration forms for persons who have recently come to live in the parish are available in the sacristies of both churches after Masses.
    • In the sacristy to Prague Cathedral, Peter Parler had used a similar technique.
    • He is first documented in Toledo in 1577, at work on the Disrobing of Christ, a large canvas for the sacristy of its cathedral.
    • The sacristians Sr. Cecelia and Sr were in the sacristy to see all was in order, vestments laid out, candles lit, cruets filled with water and wine.
    • The new improvements which will be built at the sacristy side of the church will also include ladies and gents toilets.
    • He would come up behind them as they hung their vestments in the sacristy closet.
    • Three youths were seen in the sacristy area of the church around that time.
    • ‘It's not your fault,’ I said as two altar servers crossed the tile and a priest slid out from the sacristy.
    • I wanted to talk to somebody about God, and sometimes I'd imagine meeting with the priest in his dark office beyond the sacristy.
    • We discussed the service as I vested, then waited in the sacristy for the sound of feet on the chapel floor.
    • Vestments and church furnishings were thrown about in the sacristy, and attempts were made to force open the safe.
    • Gerard Byrne said the men forced their way in at the back of the church, breaking through two doors to get into the sacristy.
    • For example, engineers needed to know the weak points of the sacristy in order to design a support structure.