chasuble


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chasuble

Christianity a long sleeveless outer vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass
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John's Cathedral--the mother church for the diocese--prefers to always wear them: the alb, stole, cassock, surplice and chasuble.
Mais il a precise que l'assaillant portait bien une chasuble quand il a approche les soldats.
They tore the skin from his chest and back in imitation of the chasuble.
Devant le complexe social, un gardien en chasuble surveille quelques voitures alignees en rang d'oignions.
In other roles we have Alun Jones and Peter Bowron as long-suering manservants and I particularly enjoyed the sing-song Anglican verbosity of Mick McParland as the Rev Canon Chasuble.
Walker '16 as “Doctor Chasuble,” and Tyler Graeper '16 as “Merriman.
The book then turns to the cope, firstly in William Durand's explication of ecclesiastical vestments (and here one should note that it was not the cope [as stated on page 91] but the chasuble that changed shape in response to the introduction of the elevation of the Host); thence to the satirical Song upon Tailors, which demonstrates the transformation of a cope through alterations until it is finally donated to a servant.
Fine floral motifs and arabesques are embroidered in gold thread on his chasuble and alb.
The photo is taken from the rear, showing Benedict facing the wall and wearing an elaborate red chasuble.
Il faut dire que son comportement lors du dernier match perdu face l'ESS en jetant son chasuble pour exprimer son mecontentement de ne pas se voir aligner n'a pas ete du gout de ses dirigeants notamment du coordinateur de la section football, Boukhari, qui etaitpresentsur les lieux.
Father Fullard was robed with a diocesan chasuble and stole by Lichfield Dean Father Mellor and Parish Priest of St Patrick's Walsall Father Harrington who received Craig Fullard into the Catholic Church.