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When most Catholics hear the word tabernacle, they picture the ornate, sacramental housing for the Blessed Sacrament. Coupled with the companion of a burning candle, this is one of the most visible reminders of Christ’s presence in our Church. 650 more words
OBE Jonathan Sands came to the 3M Buckley Centre for a careers lecture. He is the Managing director of Elmwood. The world’s most effective brand design consultancy. 255 more words
Saussure was a French linguistic that was also one of the first to produce a theory on semiotics, in the early 1900’s. Saussure declared that a sign is made up of two parts a signifier and the signified, he noted that linguistic signs are inherently arbitrary. 120 more words
Denotation: The definition or literal meaning of a word.
Connotation: Implications that go beyond the literal meaning or definition of the word.
Before we go right into this, a brief disclaimer: connotations can vary from region to region, group to group or even person to person. 199 more words