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ORDINARY CASSOCK
CASSOCKS
FRONT
DOUBLE BREASTED
FASTENED
WEAR BLACK
BLACK CASSOCK
WORN OVER
COLLAR SHIRT
WHITE
INNER CASSOCK
CASSOCK
ANGLICAN
SURPLICE
CLERGY
WEAR PURPLE
CLERICAL COLLAR
GARMENTS
CASSOCK RABAT
PRIEST
ANGLICAN CASSOCK
WORN AROUND
COMBINATION
PROBABLY
QUEENS
EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH
TROPICAL COUNTRIES
LONG-SLEEVED
SUBDEACON
LITURGICAL VESTMENTS
CASSOCK-ALB
GOLD CORD
ANGLICAN PRIEST WEARING
OUTER CASSOCK
TYPES
ADDITION
MATERIAL
COLLAR
SLEEVES
CLERGY MEMBERS
NUMBER
SASH
WAIST
DIVINE LITURGY
CATHOLICISM
BLACK COAT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Cassock - A loose, hip-length coat with a small collar or hood.
  2. Cassock - A long garment with sleeves.
  3. Cassock: A long-sleeved, hoodless garment most often made of lightweight black fabric.
  4. Cassock: A black robe worn over street clothes by priests serving at the altar, usually with a white over-garment called a surplice.
  5. Cassock - A long, robe-like garment worn by members of the clergy. (Web site)

Ordinary Cassock

  1. There are two types of cassock: the ordinary cassock and the choir cassock. (Web site)
  2. The ordinary cassock seen on most Roman Catholic clerics is black with black fascia. (Web site)
  3. In tropical countries, Papal indult has allowed the ordinary cassock to be white.
  4. The ordinary cassock is the simple black cassock seen on most Roman Catholic clerics.

Cassocks

  1. Full-size paper patterns with complete instructions and historical notes for man's cassock .
  2. The 18th-century man first wore a knee-length cassock that buttoned all the way down over an equally long waistcoat, and buckled knee breeches. (Web site)
  3. See all books ceramic cassock .
  4. The cassock, also known as a soutane, comes in a number of styles, though no particular symbolism attaches to these.
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Front

  1. If the cassock has buttons down the center of the front, from the neck to the ankles, it is called a Roman cassock. (Web site)
  2. The classic "cassock" unconstructed front with hidden zipper panel.

Double Breasted

  1. An Anglican (or more correctly, a "Sarum") cassock is double breasted and fastens at the shoulders on the opposing side of the breast.
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Fastened

  1. A Jesuit cassock has a fly fastened with hooks.
  2. The cassock always has a standing collar and is fastened in the front with snaps or buttons.

Wear Black

  1. A Canon may wear a black cassock with red piping, or (with permission) may wear a purple cassock.
  2. Monastics always wear a black cassock, while non-monastics can also wear blue, grey, or white (especially at Pascha).
  3. A very few canons choose to wear a black cassock with red piping, and, likewise, deans and archdeacons, black cassock with purple piping. (Web site)
  4. Additionally, for prelates or honorary prelates, colored piping (keeping in mind that the cassock is still black) and the colored fascia are permitted.

Black Cassock

  1. Despite these distinctions, however, major prelates, even cardinals, ordinarily make use of the simple black cassock in their day to day responsibilities.
  2. A very few canons choose to wear a black cassock with red piping, and, likewise, deans and archdeacons, black cassock with purple piping. (Web site)
  3. The ordinary cassock is the black cassock seen on most Roman Catholic clerics.
  4. In Anglican churches, a black cassock is the norm, but other colors and variations are common. (Web site)
  5. In Anglicanism, a black cassock is the norm, but other colors can be found.

Worn Over

  1. Pope Urban VIII in 1624 mandated that a cincture be worn with the cassock and the cloak worn over the cassock be of the same length.
  2. Surplice: A white over-garment with broad sleeves, worn over other vestments (usually a cassock).

Collar Shirt

  1. Full collar shirt and cassock: These are very similar to banded collar shirts, except the collar is higher.
  2. Catholicism On the right, an example of the full collar shirt and cassock; on the left, a clerical shirt that could have a tab collar inserted. (Web site)
  3. These are worn under a cassock or a waist length shirt modeled after a cassock, so that only the white square shows up (as in the tab collar shirt).

White

  1. Our new machine washable white Viva Cassock is ideal for clergy women who dislike tight.
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Inner Cassock

  1. In Eastern Christianity there are two types of cassock: the Inner Cassock and the Outer Cassock or Ryasa. (Web site)
  2. A Cassock Vest is sometimes worn over the Inner Cassock in cooler weather, especially in the Russian tradition.
  3. Eastern practice (Orthodox) In Orthodoxy, there are two types of cassock: the Inner Cassock and the Outer Cassock or Ryasa.
  4. Over the inner cassock (rasson or podrasnik), a deep-sleeved exorason (riassa), which is often black, is worn.
  5. During the paschal season both monastic and married clergy will often wear a white inner cassock. (Web site)

Cassock

  1. A black (purple in the case of bishops) Fascia (vestment) may be worn over the cassock by ordained clergy and seminarians.
  2. Anglican choir dress or choir habit An Anglican priest in choir dress: cassock, surplice and tippet.
  3. Excluding the rochet, which is always white, a cardinal wears scarlet garments when in choir, including the cassock, mozzetta, zucchetto, and biretta. (Web site)
  4. A cassock has attached sleeves and is open down the sides, similar to a mandilion.
  5. The cut of the choir cassock is still a Roman-cut or French-cut Roman cassock. (Web site)

Anglican

  1. Traditionally, Anglican clergy regularly wore the cassock in public. (Web site)
  2. The single-breasted cassock worn by Anglicans sometimes has thirty-nine buttons rather than the Roman complement of thirty three.
  3. An Anglican priest wearing a single-breasted cassock. (Web site)
  4. A white or off-white cassock-alb has replaced the traditional cassock and alb in some Anglican and Lutheran churches since the 1970s. (Web site)

Surplice

  1. It is usually of the liturgical color of the day or season, has a clasp at the chest and is worn over alb and stole or over cassock and surplice.
  2. If an ordained minister combines a cassock, surplice, and stole, the cassock goes on first, then the surplice, then the stole on top.
  3. You can see a pectoral cross over an alb or over a cassock and surplice. (Web site)
  4. A combination of the amice and alb, it is worn in place of cassock and surplice or amice, alb, and cincture.
  5. Anglicanism An Anglican priest wearing a cassock, academic hood, surplice, and tippet as his choir dress. (Web site)

Clergy

  1. However, most clergy choose to attach a clerical collar to the inside of the Nehru-like collar of the cassock or shirt, rather than wear a full collar shirt.
  2. The clergy may also wear cassock and surplice. (Web site)
  3. The cassock and surplice combination is very common in Anglican churches, where it is worn by both clergy and lay worship leaders. (Web site)
  4. The inner cassock is usually worn by all clergy members under their liturgical vestments.
  5. The Inner Cassock (more commonly, simply Cassock) is a floor length garment, usually black, worn by all clergy members, monastics, and male seminarians.

Wear Purple

  1. Bishops traditionally wear purple ones; cardinals, of course, get red ones, and the Pope 's cassock is white. (Web site)
  2. Bishops may wear a purple or violet cassock, and clergy of royal peculiars may wear a scarlet cassock.

Clerical Collar

  1. However, most clergy choose to attach a clerical collar to the inside of the Nehru-like collar of the cassock or shirt, rather than wear a full collar shirt.
  2. Most Roman Catholic clergy choose to wear the cassock-style shirt with a full clerical collar or the tab-collar shirt, with the small white insert. (Web site)
  3. Although this is now rare, some clergy still elect to wear a cassock when within the precincts of their parish church. (Web site)
  4. Around this time, the cassock became the distinct garb of the clergy alone.
  5. Both Scottish and Turkish military units include such clothing, while the cassock is common amongst Christian clergy.

Garments

  1. The surplice and cassock are the traditional garments of the Episcopal church.
  2. It was green with age and threadbare in many important The Cassock is long garment.

Cassock Rabat

  1. Cassocks are designed to wear with cassock rabat.
  2. Order regular neck size for the cassock and rabat.

Priest

  1. John Wesley wore a cassock and surplice, because he was a priest in the Church of England.
  2. And by the way, we, priests, wear trousers under the cassock and it is not a rule that every cassock has 33 buttons.
  3. Over priest cassock Over 75 years of serving the clergy with custom tailored clerical garments.
  4. The servers are each neatly vested is cassock and surplice, and the most visible vestments of the priest include his magnificent chasuble and biretta.
  5. In Orthodox Christianity, priest s or bishop s who wear clergy shirts instead of cassock s are sometimes criticized by traditionalist s for modernism.

Anglican Cassock

  1. An Anglican cassock is often double breasted (then more correctly called a "sarum"), fastening at the shoulders on the opposing side of the breast.
  2. The surplice and cassock are the traditional garments of the Anglican Church.
  3. James Whitmore guests stars on COMBAT! as a German masquerading as a anglican cassock a priest.

Worn Around

  1. Oftentimes a fascia, i.e., a wide band with fringe on the ends, is worn around the waist of the cassock.
  2. The cassock derives ultimately from the tunic that was formerly worn underneath the toga in classical antiquity.
  3. A fascia, i.e., a wide band with fringe on the ends, is often worn around the waist of the cassock.
  4. A cassock can be worn with either a rope or cloth cincture.
  5. And furthermore, that the cassock may and should ONLY be worn at Mass.

Combination

  1. A combination of the amice and alb, it is worn in place of cassock and surplice or amice, alb, and cincture.
  2. Episodes are rated from 0 to 4 bayonets Cassock combination cassock pocketside cassock openings on all clergy cassock members monastics .
  3. The cassock and surplice combination is very common in Anglican churches, where it is worn by both clergy and lay worship leaders.

Probably

  1. The word cassock probably comes from the word "casaque" which means cloak; or cassaca, which means white.
  2. If I could, I'd probably wear the cassock as well (but I'd be alienating myself from most of the priests of my diocese including the Bishop). (Web site)

Queens

  1. Tn. When she saw were three queens and a cassock big for it.
  2. Ivory. When she saw were three queens and a cassock big for it.

Eastern Orthodox Church

  1. In Western Christianity the cassock is generally close-fitting, but in the Eastern Orthodox Church the outer cassock is quite loose. (Web site)

Tropical Countries

  1. In tropical countries, the cassock used is colored white for purposes of comfort. (Web site)

Long-Sleeved

  1. Cassock: A long-sleeved, hoodless garment most often made of lightweight black fabric.

Subdeacon

  1. Like the reader, the normal street-dress of the subdeacon is the cassock, which is usually black but need only be so if he is a monk. (Web site)

Liturgical Vestments

  1. When engaged in religious ceremonies, the officiant would wear the liturgical vestments over his cassock. (Web site)

Cassock-Alb

  1. In traditional catholic churches acolytes commonly wear cassock and cotta, and in less catholic churches commonly cassock-alb with girdle.

Gold Cord

  1. Pope's choir dress includes a white cassock, surplice, red silk cape and his pectoral cross hangs from a gold cord.

Anglican Priest Wearing

  1. An Anglican priest wearing a single-breasted cassock.

Outer Cassock

  1. Also, the color of sleeve lining of the riassa [outer cassock] signified the rank of the priest. (Web site)

Types

  1. In Orthodoxy, there are two types of cassock: the Inner Cassock and the Outer Cassock or Ryasa. (Web site)

Addition

  1. In addition to clergy vesting in albs, stoles and chasubles, the lay assistants may also be vested in cassock and surplice. (Web site)

Material

  1. It resembles a cassock in many respects, but it is not properly a cassock, as it has in addition to it a shoulder-cape of the same material and color. (Web site)

Collar

  1. Full collar shirt and cassock: These are very similar to banded collar shirts, except the collar is higher. (Web site)

Sleeves

  1. A cassock has attached sleeves and is open down the sides, similar to a mandilion. (Web site)
  2. Cassock - A long garment with sleeves.

Clergy Members

  1. The inner cassock is usually worn by all clergy members under their liturgical vestments.

Number

  1. The cassock, also known as a soutane, comes in a number of styles, though no particular symbolism attaches to these. (Web site)

Sash

  1. Shasha Marley has been described as a 'Monk on the loose', due to his routine stage presence wearing a hood over a matching cassock and a sash.

Waist

  1. A Jesuit cassock, in lieu of buttons, has a fly fastened with hooks at the collar and is bound at the waist with a black cincture knotted on the right side. (Web site)

Divine Liturgy

  1. Some Russian Metropolitans wear a interior white cassock and a blue outer when formally come to celebrate the Divine Liturgy.
  2. Some Russian Metropolitans wear a white inner cassock and a blue outer when formally arriving to celebrate the Divine Liturgy. (Web site)

Catholicism

  1. Catholicism On the right, an example of the full collar shirt and cassock; on the left, a clerical shirt that could have a tab collar inserted. (Web site)

Black Coat

  1. In the Byzantine Eastern Orthodoxy and Catholicism, the monks wear a black coat over his cassock the mandyas outside.

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