Sindon (literally a cotton cloth), a word having several ecclesiastical meanings:

1. A napkin;

2. A cloth for holding and enclosing the bread offered for the holy eucharist in the Eastern church;

"Sin." topical outline.

3. A term sometimes applied to the communion cloth which the faithful, in certain parts of the Church, hold before them when partaking of the sacrament;

4. In the Liturgy of the Church of Milan this term is applied to the linen cloth which covers the altar slab.

Bible concordance for SIN.

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