HOLY VESTMENTS
Church’s liturgy saves an important role to the signs and to the participant’s clothing, because it is the celebration of the meeting with the alive God in words and images, in symbols and actions. The festive clothing conveys faith and worship of those who commissioned, wrapped and wore it. The carelessness symbolizes, indeed, the lacking and w...
Church’s liturgy saves an important role to the signs and to the participant’s clothing, because it is the celebration of the meeting with the alive God in words and images, in symbols and actions. The festive clothing conveys faith and worship of those who commissioned, wrapped and wore it. The carelessness symbolizes, indeed, the lacking and weak faith. The solemnity and beauty of the clothing, in particular those worn on Sunday to attend church worship , express a deep and intense sense of delight for our faith in Christ’s resurrection. In effect Christ rose again on Sunday and it is proper to commemorate with joy and happiness this main event of Christian Faith.
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  • CLOTHING FOR PRIEST
    Clerical clothing made in Italy. Clergyman shirt, priest's cassock, cocked hat or Monsignor’s mozzettas.
  • SURPLICES
    Surplices of different sizes for priests and deacons.
  • CHASUBLE
    Liturgical clothing for whom who celebrate the Mass. In different styles and colour, depending on the liturgical period.
  • SURPLICES
    White clothing wore by the clergy and the ministers during the celebrations. It is similar to the smocks, but the surplice doesn’t completely cover the body.
  • DALMATICS
    The clothing wore by the deacons during the liturgical celebrations.
  • MARIAN VESTMENTS
    May, the month of the roses, is traditionally dedicated to the Virgin Mary. For this reason it is also defined the “Marian Month”. Here you will find the vestments consecrated to Her.
  • ROMAN CHASUBLES
    Liturgic vestment used by the presbite to officiate the eucaristic celebrations.
  • COPES
    The cope is a liturgical mantle that covers completely the body. It is opened in the front and it has a spring clip on the chest. The celebrant mainly uses it during the solemn blessings on the altars, in the processions, during the absolution of the coffin, the solemn oration of the Good Friday, the paschal Vigil and the firs Miss of a young bishop.
  • STOLES
    The stole is the more important liturgical vestment in the catholic liturgy, because it is the distintive elemento of the minister. During the celebrations and the rituals it is important that the bishop always weras the stole, also under the chasuble and the cope.
  • HUMERAL VEILS
    It is part of the cope and it has the same embroideriesand ritual colours. It is used by the bishop or the deacon to bear the Eucharist, which normally is in the Monstrance or in the pix: this may happen during a procession, in particolar in the Corpus Domini, or during the Eucaristic Blessing.
  • ORTHODOX VESTMENTS
    The liturgical orthodox vestments derive from the clothing which was used during the Roman Empire and they are used to mark an office or a function in the Church. According to the strong allegorical vision of the Church (not simboli) about the holy things, the colours have not got a remarkable importance.
  • SHOULDER GIRDLE
    Silk shoulder girdle of the 4 ritual colours.

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