sacristy(redirected from Hall of Vestments)
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a room attached to a church or chapel where the sacred vessels, vestments, etc., are kept and where priests attire themselves
a room in a Catholic church, located north or south of the choir, where sacred utensils are kept, priests don their vestments, and some rites are performed. There are also sacristies in the form of freestanding buildings.
A room in a church, near the chancel, where the robes and altar vessels are stored, where the clergy vest themselves for services, and where some business of the church may be done; usually a single room, but sometimes a very large one.