With Christmas looming, Kulczynski sought an altar cloth
to adorn his parish's famous new addition, which was a "shot in the arm," as the church had recently been in danger of shuttering.
Your eyes may be drawn to the colourful banners, vestments and altar cloths
but pick up a guide book and look on the tables.
Foremost among these adoptions were the use of Gothic Revival architectural style; the use of the cross as a prominent symbol; the incorporation of flowers, altar cloths
, candles, and figural stained glass; and the adoption of formalist, liturgical worship patterns.
"I later learned that my mother paid part of the tuition by making robes for altar boys, cloaks for the priests and altar cloths
for the church.
Ted always remembers the birthdays of his fellow choristers and without any prompting he took it on himself to change the candles, altar cloths
, flowers and other decorations, as an unofficial verger.
Daughter Marjorie Moss said: ``She had eight children,and when we got old enough to not need so much looking after she used to do the flowers on the altar, and clean the altar cloths
and the silver.
In Mom and Dad's refrigerator, there were always altar cloths
on the cheese shelf.
The blaze, which burned for an hour before a fire crew could arrive, destroyed a piano, chairs, altar cloths
and ceremonial cups.
He gave a sermon to the canons on the text: "Estote in caritate radicati et fundati."  He later endowed the foundation with sacred objects and at least thirty silk and velvet vestments, including chasubles and tunics, and altar cloths
, many out of cloth-of-gold, richly embroidered and decorated with pearls.
Now the 16 women and 1 man meet in program director Bela Sejdic's home, and in their own homes, to produce altar cloths
, liturgical stoles, and wall hangings.
Numerous lavish gifts made by the couple to the shrine, including a jewel casket and embroidered altar cloths
, will be on show.
The finest liturgical garments and altar cloths
extant from the Renaissance period, thirteen of them, were presented to Clement VIII (1592-1605), by Ferdinand 1 de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany.