Aaron Hyman, assistant professor in the Department of the History of Art, studies a tabella secretarum, from France c. 1700, in the Sheridan Libraries’ Special Collections. A folding triptych altarpiece with hand-colored engravings and manuscript texts on the Eucharist, the set of cards was likely used by a Catholic priest to administer the sacraments, particularly to the infirm and elderly who could not attend Mass in church.