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Priestly Vestments

 

The output of the Guilds includes priestly vestments for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist, for processions and other sacred actions. Guild members produce chasubles, albs, and stoles. Copes and humeral veils are also produced as requested.

 

The chasuble is the outer garment which a priest wears at Mass.  It is the principal symbolic gesture for a presider at Mass - a "house" the word of God inhabits, a cloak for the spiritual journey.

The stole is worn by the priest around is neck and hanging down in front.

 

The cope is worn by the priest in processions and other sacred actions, like Benediction, in keeping with the rubrics proper to each rite.