The United States Air Force Academy has a Wiccan shrine on campus alongside its large Protestant chapel.
John Edwards is back and there are no more delusions about chapel Hill becoming the southern White House.
With the truth no longer deniable, the Youngs moved home to chapel Hill, N.C., their long, strange journey finally over.
In a small room off the chapel, they left offerings of gratitude for filled promises of recovery.
chapel is heavily attended by the student body, but not required.
It is a chapel of ease in the improving parish of St. Clement.
My heart fluttered as I rose to comply with the demand, and the chapel was hushed.
He would rise at midnight to pass into the chapel for the singing of matins.
I avoided the house of Mr Clayton, and absented myself from his chapel.
After class the dissenters walked across to chapel together.
early 13c., from Old French chapele (12c., Modern French chapelle), from Medieval Latin cappella "chapel, sanctuary for relics," literally "little cape," diminutive of Late Latin cappa "cape" (see cap (n.)); by tradition, originally in reference to the sanctuary in France in which the miraculous cape of St. Martin of Tours, patron saint of France, was preserved; meaning extended in most European languages to "any sanctuary." (While serving Rome as a soldier deployed in Gaul, Martin cut his military coat in half to share it with a ragged beggar. That night, Martin dreamed Christ wearing the half-cloak; the half Martin kept was the relic.)
a holy place or sanctuary, occurs only in Amos 7:13, where one of the idol priests calls Bethel "the king's chapel."