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*[http://www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org/articles/misc/litsas_dictionary_orthodox_terminology.htm#aer Aer] from ''A Dictionary of Orthodox Terminology'' by Fotios K. Litsas, Ph.D. (Orthodox Research Institute)
 
*[http://www.orthodoxresearchinstitute.org/articles/misc/litsas_dictionary_orthodox_terminology.htm#aer Aer] from ''A Dictionary of Orthodox Terminology'' by Fotios K. Litsas, Ph.D. (Orthodox Research Institute)
 
*[http://www.theologic.com/oflweb/forkids/askfather1.htm Why does the priest wave the aer over the Sacred Gifts during the Liturgy?] by Fr. Michael Monos, ''voithou'' of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Akron, OH
 
*[http://www.theologic.com/oflweb/forkids/askfather1.htm Why does the priest wave the aer over the Sacred Gifts during the Liturgy?] by Fr. Michael Monos, ''voithou'' of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Akron, OH

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The aer (literally the "air"; modern Greek: Αέρας; Slavonic: Воздухъ, Vózdukh) is a veil used for covering the paten and chalice during and after the Eucharist. The priest shakes the aer over the chalice when the creed is read; this symbolizes the descent of the Holy Spirit. The aer also represents the shroud of Christ.

Aer on a Chalice and Discos

In the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts, the aer covers the head of the priest during the Great Entrance.


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