Unhallowed Uses

Unhallowed Uses In the consecration of a church or chapel among the Episcopalians, the building is said to be separated henceforth "from all unhallowed, ordinary, and common uses." The word "unhallowed," as here used, does not mean simply such things as are morally evil, impure, and contrary to the spirit of religion, which is the popular sense, but strictly all such purposes as are not hallowed, made sacred, and consecrated to holy purposes. — Stanton, Dict. of the Church, s.v.

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