Order of Perpetual Indulgence - Sydney House
Founded 1981

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Once considered an important tool of ritual magick, a thurible is a covered incense burner, or censer.
It is generally made to be hung, or carried on the end of chains. Although it has fallen out of use in many traditions with the advent of self-igniting incense, thuribles are still used in Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches.
Burning charcoal is placed inside the metal censer. Incense, sometimes of many different varieties, is placed upon the charcoal.

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This website is fondly dedicated to the memory of Sister Carmen Get It - (15/4/1959 - 5/5/2006)
and to all those Sisters of the Sydney House who have passed on.
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