Roman Catholic Vestments: Pallium, Mitre, Scapular, Cope, Stole, Cassock, Choir Dress, Pectoral Cross, Surplice, Biretta, Chimere, Amice Books LLC

ISBN: 9781157269427

Published: September 4th 2011

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68 pages


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Roman Catholic Vestments: Pallium, Mitre, Scapular, Cope, Stole, Cassock, Choir Dress, Pectoral Cross, Surplice, Biretta, Chimere, Amice  by  Books LLC

Roman Catholic Vestments: Pallium, Mitre, Scapular, Cope, Stole, Cassock, Choir Dress, Pectoral Cross, Surplice, Biretta, Chimere, Amice by Books LLC
September 4th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 68 pages | ISBN: 9781157269427 | 10.11 Mb

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 66. Chapters: Pallium, Mitre, Scapular, Cope, Stole, Cassock, Choir dress, Pectoral cross, Surplice, Biretta,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: 66. Chapters: Pallium, Mitre, Scapular, Cope, Stole, Cassock, Choir dress, Pectoral cross, Surplice, Biretta, Chimere, Amice, Episcopal sandals, Rochet, Chasuble, Pontifical vestments, Maniple, Galero, Dalmatic, Episcopal Gloves, Mantelletta, Clerical collar, Ferraiolo, Zucchetto, Humeral veil, Mozzetta, Alb, Simar, Rationale, Cappello romano, Buskin, Cornette, Cincture, Tunicle, Fascia, Gremiale, Butler-Bowden Cope, Almuce, Greca, Cassock-alb.

Excerpt: The term scapular (from Latin scapulae, shoulders) as used today refers to two specific, yet related, Christian Sacramentals, namely the monastic and devotional scapulars, although both forms may simply be referred to as scapular. The monastic scapular appeared first, perhaps as early as the 7th century in the Order of Saint Benedict. It is a somewhat large length of cloth suspended both front and back from the shoulders of the wearer, often reaching to the knees. It may vary in shape, color, size and style.

Monastic scapulars originated as aprons worn by medieval monks, and were later extended to habits for members of religious organizations, orders or confraternities. Monastic scapulars now form part of the habit of monks and nuns in many Christian orders. The devotional scapular is a much smaller item and evolved from the monastic scapular.

These may also be worn by individuals who are not members of a monastic order and the Roman Catholic Church considers them sacramentals. The devotional scapular typically consists of two small (usually rectangular) pieces of cloth, wood or laminated paper, a few inches in size which may bear religious images or text. These are joined by two bands of cloth and the wearer places one square on the chest, rests the bands one on each shoulder and lets the second square drop down the back.

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