Verb(1) remove the consecration from a person or an object
(1) It is even more difficult if the conversion involves buying or building on part of a graveyard, where church authorities must deconsecrate the ground.(2) Branch chairman John Wilkinson handed over the standard for deconsecration and hymns were played by the Wilton Royal British Legion Band(3) In 1880, at a time when enthusiasm for industrial invention was at its height, the museum was reorganized and the deconsecrated church nave converted into a magnificent space for exhibiting machines.(4) Curator Jan Hoet set the ninth edition of the Sonsbeek public art exhibition in the original park, a deconsecrated church and a shopping mall.(5) Nothing remains of the old Holy Trinity burial ground, which dates back to the 1840s - it was deconsecrated in the 1970s - apart from the old wall and three gravestones.(6) Contemporary Christian writings confirm this sense of degradation by noting that removal of a statue from its sanctuary resulted in automatic deconsecration .(7) Publican John Keating is redeveloping the deconsecrated St Mary's Church on Mary Street in Dublin 1, which is due to open as a bar and restaurant at the end of the summer.(8) An additional venue, the deconsecrated church known as the Athenaeum, which is directly alongside St Mark's Cathedral, has also been obtained for the exhibition and will house one of the artist's installations.(9) Sitting in his office beneath the choir loft of a deconsecrated church in Cincinnati, James Verdin can't hear the World Peace Bell toll from across the Ohio River.(10) The property is situated in what was once St Kevin's Church which was built on the site in 1883 and served the local community until its deconsecration in 1983.(11) The altar was deconsecrated in 1964, and the rest of the church in 1967.(12) ‘At the moment they can just be deconsecrated at the behest of a bishop and the people who paid for these churches have no say,’ Mr Cassidy said.(13) The church, St Kevin's in Portobello, Dublin 8, was built in 1883 and was in use until its deconsecration in 1983.(14) As St Crumnathy's Cathedral is currently deconsecrated , it is not possible to install Canon Doris into her stall at the moment.(15) A DEVELOPER'S £750,000 gamble to transform a deconsecrated and empty church in York's city centre into a classy restaurant or café bar could start to pay off next week.(16) In countries outside India, temples have often been fashioned from converted premises, from schools, deconsecrated churches, homes, even factories.
1. desecrate ::
2. unhallow ::
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