Credo in Credenza
>>I would like to know more about creedence tables - where the usage cameCredence tables have nothing to do with the creed -- pace pious
>>from, how it relates to the Lutheran worship and how one introduces it to a
>>congregation. In other words - we don't have it here but will be and so I
>>want to make sure we can do some education before it is introduced.
Anglo-Catholics -- but rather are just the credenzas of artistocratic
dining rooms. A noble figure would have all of the food he was eating
placed and guarded on a side table. His taster would check the food and
the noble could "believe" that it was safe -- ecco credenza! Now, dining
with the Borgias was another matter ...
St. Mary Magdalene's, Toronto