After the independence of Georgia, the building was restored to active religious use.
The name Abbey refers to the style of the building, not its religious use.
It was later, in 1928, once again put into religious use, and is so still.
Feathers have a number of utilitarian, cultural and religious uses.
Although these works take the form of an altar, they are not specifically intended for religious use.
The traditional and religious use of wine continued within the Jewish diaspora community.
After about 150 years of religious use, it was sold for residential conversion.
It was restored to religious use in 1615 as a Protestant church.
It is also possible that the monastery was returned to religious use during the Confederate period.
The trees are made primarily for religious and decorative use.