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Straightway there descends a dove white as snow, bearing in its beak an ampulla full of chrism sent from heaven.
He renounced the cross which its priests had signed on him with their chrism, their sham baptisms and other magical rites.
Next, when the altar hath been anointed with chrism, the twelve crosses painted on the walls of the church are also anointed.
Therefore each of the faithful is anointed first twice with oil, next in like manner twice with chrism.
The bishop then poureth over it oil and chrism, and chanteth, 'Jacob set up the stone for a memorial, and poured oil upon it.'
(h) They were anointed all over with chrism or scented oil, the priest reciting an appropriate formula.
Here follows the actual baptism, after which Ethelbert is signed on the forehead with Chrism in the form of a Cross.
Straight up to the entrance of the choir they rode, and there the Abbot gave over the sacred Chrism to the Archbishop.
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But the sanguinary chrism, to the alarm of the spectators, effected an instantaneous and unhallowed change in the boy.
And while the chrism is used they chant, 'See the smell of my son is as the smell of a field.'

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