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  1. Chrism - Wikipedia › wiki › Chrism

    Chrism, also called myrrh, myron, holy anointing oil, and consecrated oil, is a consecrated oil used in the Anglican, Assyrian, Catholic, Old Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Latter Day Saint, and Nordic Lutheran churches in the administration of certain sacraments and ecclesiastical functions.

  2. Epiclesis - Wikipedia › wiki › Epiclesis

    Anglicanism and Lutheranism Lutheran and Anglican divines have argued that in earlier liturgies of theirs in which an Epiclesis and unity with the one sacrifice of Christ may not have seemed explicit (as with the 1662 Book of Common Prayer), it was stated as the point of the consecration in other parts of the rite, notably in required exhortations (the Words of Institution ).

  3. Viernes Santo - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre › wiki › Viernes_Santo

    Iglesia católica Liturgia. En la religión católica, en este día no se celebra la eucaristía, como el Sábado Santo.En su lugar, se celebra la "Liturgia de la Pasión del Señor" a media tarde del viernes, a las 15:00, hora en la que se ha situado la muerte de Jesús en la cruz.