Also a monstrance of the same period with very elaborate and beautiful architectural ornament and figures of angels in adoration.
The archbishop fell to the ground, as did the lunette of the monstrance.
Then he bowed low to the monstrance on the altar, and lower still to the figure of the Virgin.
You are thinking of the monstrance which should have been of gold but was of silver?
One who believes that an atom is a monstrance that conceals the Holy Ghost of Force.
He walked up to the little altar to place the monstrance on it.
Sunlight now falls on the monstrance in the church above, so that it shines like a window pane at sunset.
At this monstrance, still the pride of Portuguese art, Gil Vicente worked during three years (1503-6).
She held him out proudly in her arms, as if he were monstrance and she priest.
The Church door is open, and at a certain moment the monstrance on the altar is visible in the light of the sun.