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chasuble

Christianity a long sleeveless outer vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass
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The classic chasuble made of a gold-laced material imported from Greece was to be worn during the Nov.
Forrest, who learned how to sew in her youth, designed a special pattern she called an angel-wing cape and made four different sets of chasubles for Mr.
82] At the site, in 1480, the workmen preparing d'Estouteville's grave found a sealed and covered stone sepulcher in which the canons established the presence of Maurile's bones, fragments of a wooden cross and of a chasuble.
Among them are chasuble and stole, alb and cincture, miter and cope.
Dozens of photographs of copes, stoles and chasubles were sent to us, along with their stories.
She is fully accessorized: vestments include colored chasubles for every liturgical season, black clergy shirt with white collar, a miniature, genuine Bible and even a tiny thurible.
A new line of seminarians purporting the necessity of married priests or women in the clergy would be as incidental to reform as a new line of chasubles if we do not continue to progress spiritually in our hearts, minds, and souls.
Some 800 priests in white chasubles participated from a sea of folding chairs arrayed on three sides of the high altar.
I grew up with mournful black chasubles, the dirge-like "Dies Irae," and doleful black-draped catafalques.
There treasures, such as silver chalices, gold monstrances and patens, and silk chasubles, are displayed in glass-doored cabinets usually surrounding a heavy oak table illumined by tall windows.
Peter's when the bronze doors opened and out came a tremendous light - the klieg lights of the television people - and out came the bishops in rows of six with their white chasubles and miters and some of the Oriental bishops with their crowns marching across the piazza at St.
The weakest of the four galleries is the one containing papal finery: gold-embroidered chasubles, gem-encrusted chalices, diamond rings and an ostentatious tiara given to Pope Pins VII by Napoleon.