A Tour of the Catholic Church1.Baptismal pool or font: a basin or vase, serving as a receptacle for baptismal water in which the candidate for baptism is immersed, or over which he is washed, in the ceremony of Christian initiation.2.Holy water font: vessels intended for the use of holy water.3.Paschal candle: a large wax candle, usually fixed in a great candlestick and featured in the service on Holy Saturday.4.Ambry: oil of catechumens, sick. Sacred chrism.5.Reconciliation room: 6.Confessionals: 7.Nave: architecturally the central, open space of a church, west of the choir or chancel, and separated therefrom by a low wall or screen.8.Pews: 9.Way of the cross: historical background on this devotion.10. Sanctuary: a consecrated place of refuge.11. Lectern: support for a book, reading-desk, or bookstand, a solid and permanent structure upon which the Sacred Books, which were generally large and heavy, were placed when used by the ministers of the altar in liturgical functions.
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Baptism, Eucharist, Holy water font, large wax candle, somewhat vague significance