cassock


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cassock

Christianity an ankle-length garment, usually black, worn by priests and choristers
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I feel that the clergy should go back to the simple cassock and surplice so that the congregations would pay more attention to the words that they are uttering than to the clothes that they are wearing.
A white cassock hangs on a wall hook behind his chair.
Wearing a cassock, with a rucksack on his back, and carrying a thin wooden staff, carved after the manner of a bishop's crook and bearing the names of all the deaneries through which he has journeyed on foot, the Bishop is to tour the Wrockwardine deanery.
Martin couldn't turn him away - especially as his black fur and white flash under his chin made him look like a vicar in cassock and dog collar
A FORMER Bond girl has swapped her pounds 250,000 PVC dress for a simple cassock and life as a canon.
Older Italian films often depict a strict but goodhearted priest playing ball with his young wards, cassock flying as he runs in the church courtyard, it said.
The senior chaplain at Birmingham Children's Hospital will swap cassock for caddie as he tees off for Great Britain & Ireland in an international golf match against the USA.
Horse, who appeared at Glasgow's Garage this week for Celtic Connections, wasn't sure what to wear for the video and opted for a priest's cassock.
Canon Webster, dressed in cassock and beretta hat, will conduct the blessing at York station platform 10 at 12.
We DON'T want to see Davina McCall in a cassock by the end of the year.
The Rt Rev Stephen Platten wore his cassock and carried his crosier to lead assembly in the school on East Street.