is inscribed 'In memory of the great time 7.
In 1979 he handed the chalice
to Derick Smith, 52, also from Sunderland.
Mullinahone Parish Priest Fr John Mc Grath said: "Losing the chalice
of historical value is the thing that hurts the most.
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Ray Thompson led prayers and assisted with the chalice
Fr Pat McManus was praying after mass when the attacker grabbed the chalice
from the tabernacle in St Gabriel's Church in Clontarf, Dublin.
City equalities chief Alan Rudge was presented with the chalice
in recognition of his assistance in organising the landmark visit on behalf of the city council.
Inside the grave, archaeologists found a chalice
next to the skeleton; it was still standing where it had been placed almost 600 years earlier.
But the job he left behind is no poisoned chalice
- as one former manager Kenny Dalglish has said himself today.
The magnificent chalice
and paten discovered at Cymer Abbey Picture: THE ROYAL COLLECTION, copyright 2007, HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II
The antique's owner, Derick Smith, was given the chalice
by a British soldier who found it in Hermann Goering's home after WWII.
A minister brought this fermentum to each place later, where the priest would drop it into the chalice
to be swallowed--and most everyone drank from the cup in those days.
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, a fine third on his seasonal debut, can capture the Sony Victoria Cup at Ascot tomorrow for rookie trainer Andrew Balding.
HUNDREDS of pilgrims are expected today at the spot in Co Tipperary where the world-famous Derrynaflan Chalice