Ut dompnum apostolicum et omnes gradus ecclesi in sancta religione conservare digneris.
Oh, sancta not simplicitas, but —— Oh, clear-sighted Republican!
But the vow that came first, if it were never undone—Mater purissima, sancta Virgo virginum, ora pro me!
I asked her to say an Ave and a sancta est Maria mater gratiae.
Ut episcopos et abbates nostros et congregationes illis commissas in sancta religione conservare digneris.
She became abbess of the nuns of sancta Clara, and castigated her body.
This temple is now changed into the church of sancta Maria in finibus terræ.
His first demand will be to celebrate mass in sancta Sophia.
A modern inscription assigns it to "Petrus de sancta Maria, 1295."
Her consent to accompany him to sancta Sophia must be obtained; for that he was come.
1570s, "holy place of the Jewish tabernacle," from Latin sanctum "a holy place," as in Late Latin sanctum sanctorum "holy of holies" (translating Greek to hagion ton hagion, translating Hebrew qodesh haqqodashim), from neuter of sanctus "holy" (see saint (n.)). In English, sanctum sanctorum attested from c.1400; in sense of "a person's private retreat" from 1706.