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a long sleeveless vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass

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He does dispense with the chasuble, a heavy poncho-like garment, in July and August, however.
Some of the chasubles and capes are so densely worked that it is the embroidery that has held the garments together, the velvet or silk on which it was done having long since perished.
oo il y avoit calice d'argent, chasuble neuve, fort belle nappe & grande, belle aulbe, & tout le reste a l'avenant [.
For example, Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Chasuble has made clear that Greece should not count on the automatic approval of the agreement.
The pupil from Ranworth Square Primary School in Norris Green was particularly impressed with the Our Lady of Walsingham chasuble, an eye-catching religious garment.
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Lubin's paper is valuable because it may be singular in the fine detail of its descriptions of the ecclesiastical dress and properties worn and carried by stage actors, notably of the Catholic alb, cope, and chasuble versus the Protestant surplice and square cap.
Winter beckons, yet still the chasuble remains green during most of November.
Between prayers and songs and wearing his chasuble the priest called on all of Haiti's deeply religious population -- Catholics, Protestants and Voodoo practitioners -- to come together to rebuild.
In Berceo's miracle, however, the impostor goes much further by boldly declaring "'todos somos iguales,'" and then ordering his ministers to bring him the chasuble so that he can preside over the high mass (st.
A collection of vestments includes the Vaux/man chasuble, dating back to the 15th century, made of Chinese silk and brocade.
I saw this juvenile in a pink chasuble smiling and stumbling over some of the Hebrew words in the gospel.
I officiated over many an IRA military funeral as an altar boy, the lads firing off the old 303s over the grave, and me swinging the chasuble.
They range from "Bond and Free'--nature as a kind of chasuble to adorn human values--to the odes of Keats, Mahler's symphonies, or the landscapes of Caspar David Friedrich, which strive for nothing less than to embrace the sublime.