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Sacristy

Room in the church or attached thereto, where the vestments, church furnishings and the like, sacred vessels, and other treasures are kept,.   From Volume XIII of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Sacristy: Room in the church or attached thereto, where the vestments, church furnishings and the like, sacred vessels, and other treasures are kept,; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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