Chasubles

A chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. It is a sleeveless outer vestment worn by the officiating priest at Mass. The chasuble originated as a sort of conical poncho, called in Latin a paenula or casula or "little house", that was the common outer traveling garment in the late Roman Empire. 

A chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. It is a sleeveless outer vestment worn by the officiating priest at Mass. The chasuble originated as a sort of conical poncho, called in Latin a paenula or casula or "little house", that was the common outer traveling garment in the late Roman Empire. 

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  • Roman chasubles

    A Roman chasuble is a type of chasuble, which is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. Roman chasubles are distinguished by the presence of pillar orphreys at the back and a big cross in a “T”. The modern Roman chasuble is an outer garment traditionally worn by the clergy during liturgical celebrations. The Roman chasuble is believed to have originated from Ancient Greek clothing. The use of scapular "Roman" chasubles, whether with straight edges or in "fiddleback" form, is often associated with traditionalism. However, some traditionalist priests prefer ampler chasubles of less stiff material. 

  • Marian chasubles

    A Marian chasuble is a type of chasuble, which is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. Marian chasubles are chasubles that present the image of the Mother of God. They are mainly hand-embroidered in Gothic and semi-Gothic styles. Marian chasubles are available in various styles, including Gothic, semi-Gothic, Roman, and monastic. They are woven or embroidered with the highest quality materials. Some Marian chasubles feature symbols related to the Virgin Mary. Marian chasubles are carefully crafted pieces of church wear that exude class and elegance. They are made with a combination of natural fibers and are soft, comfortable, and elegant. Marian chasubles are available for purchase from various online stores and vestment makers.

  • Chasuble with saints

    Chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for the celebration of the Eucharist in Western-tradition Christian churches that use full vestments, primarily in Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches. Chasubles with Saints are chasubles that have embroidered applications of Saint Mary or some of the Saints on them. These chasubles represent the most important figures for the Christian religion, such as Christ the King, Archangel Raphael, St. Joseph, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Saint Peter, Pope John Paul II, or Saint Vincent Pallotti. The chasuble is described in prayer as the "yoke of Christ" and said to represent the cross that Jesus carried. The chasuble was never used by low-church Anglicans and rarely used by high-church Anglicans until the Oxford Movement in the 19th century, and even then, not until the second generation of the Oxford Movement. It is not customary and rarely seen in Protestantism outside the liturgical churches.

  • Wedding chasuble

    A Wedding Chasuble is a specially designed liturgical vestment that is perfect for wearing while officiating a wedding. It is a type of chasuble that is used in the Catholic Church when administering the Sacrament of Marriage. Wedding chasubles are available in various colors and designs, but white is the most common color for a wedding chasuble. These chasubles are often decorated with symbols of love, such as hearts, doves, or rings, and may also feature embroidered applications of Saint Mary or some of the Saints. Gothic chasubles and Priest stoles are also used as wedding liturgy garments. Wedding chasubles can be purchased from various religious supply stores or custom-made by vestment makers.

  • Christmas chasuble

    A Christmas Chasuble is a type of liturgical vestment used in the Catholic Church during the feast of the Nativity. These chasubles are typically made of rich fabrics such as velvet, damask, and brocade with intricate Gothic embroidery designs. They are available in various colors, but white and gold are the most common colors for Christmas chasubles. Some Christmas chasubles feature vibrant stained-glass designs printed on satin and combined with textured polyester. These chasubles are often decorated with symbols of the Nativity, such as the Holy Family, the Star of Bethlehem, or the Three Wise Men. Christmas chasubles can be purchased from various religious supply stores or custom-made by vestment makers.

  • Easter chasubles

    Easter chasubles are a type of liturgical vestment worn by Catholic priests during the Easter season, which is one of the most important holidays in the Catholic Church. They are typically white or gold, which symbolizes regeneration. Easter chasubles are often embroidered with images related to the Resurrection of Christ, such as the Lamb of God or an image of Christ with his hands pointing to the heavens. They are made with the utmost care and attention to detail, and are often handcrafted. 

  • Linen chasubles

    Linen chasubles are a type of liturgical vestment made of linen fabric. They are often used as a replacement for heavier vestments during the summer months because linen is lightweight and absorbs moisture. Linen chasubles can be embroidered with various designs and symbols, such as crosses or images of saints. They are available in different styles, including Gothic, Roman, Semi-Gothic, and Monastic. Linen chasubles are often handmade and can be purchased from various online shops. They are designed to keep the priest feeling comfortable during the celebration of Mass, while also adhering to the liturgical colors and traditions of the Church.

  • Semi Gothic chasuble

    A Semi Gothic chasuble is a type of liturgical vestment that is characterized by its Gothic-inspired design, but with a slightly less ornate appearance. It is made of high-quality natural fibers such as cotton and viscose, which makes it lightweight and functional. Semi Gothic chasubles are available in various colors that correspond to particular liturgical periods. They are often decorated with richly embroidered panels and high-quality orphreys, which are bands of fabric that run vertically down the front and back of the chasuble. The orphreys of a Semi Gothic chasuble are often machine embroidered with a center emblem, such as the IHS emblem. They are designed to be comfortable for the priest to wear during the celebration of Mass, while also adhering to the liturgical colors and traditions of the Church.

  • Red chasubles

    Red chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during certain liturgical celebrations. Red is the color of blood and represents the passion of Christ and the blood spilled in martyrdom by Him and the saints. Red vestments are worn on Palm Sunday, Good Friday, all feasts of Our Lord's Passion, on Pentecost, and on the feast days of martyrs. Red chasubles are also worn during the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation and for the votive Masses of the Holy Spirit. The use of red in liturgical vestments is meant to symbolize the burning fire of God's love. Red chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • Purple chasubles

    Purple chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during the seasons of Advent and Lent. The color purple is associated with penance, preparation, and sacrifice. Purple chasubles are also worn at funerals because of their connection to mourning. The color reminds us of the violet flower that bows its head and is a symbol of humility. Lent is the season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving, and is a quiet season of reflection. The chasubles are designed to adhere to the liturgical colors and traditions of the Church, while also being comfortable for the priest to wear during the celebration of Mass. Purple chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • Green chasubles

    Green chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during the season of Ordinary Time, which is the period between Christmas and Easter, and between Pentecost and Advent. Green is the color of rebirth, growth, and hope, and symbolizes the graces that draw people into the life of God. Green chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order. They are designed to adhere to the liturgical colors and traditions of the Church, while also being comfortable for the priest to wear during the celebration of Mass. Green chasubles are also worn during eulogies.

  • Ecru chasubles

    Ecru chasubles are liturgical vestments that are made of a light beige or off-white color fabric. They are often decorated with embroidered ornaments and gold brocade trim. Ecru chasubles are available in various styles, including those with embroidered crosses and IHS symbols, as well as those with the "Lamb of God" symbol. They are designed to adhere to the liturgical colors and traditions of the Church while also being comfortable for the priest to wear during the celebration of Mass. Ecru chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • White chasubles

    White chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during the seasons of Easter and Christmas, as well as on all feasts of Our Lord other than his Passion, on feasts of the Blessed Virgin, the angels, and those saints who were not martyrs. White chasubles are also worn on the Solemnity of St. Joseph, and the Feasts of All Saints, St. John the Baptist, St. John the Evangelist, the Chair of St. Peter, and the Conversion of St. Paul. White represents joy, innocence, purity, and glory. It is also the color of the Pope's non-liturgical dress. White chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • Black chasubles

    Black chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during funerals and Masses for the Dead. Black represents mourning, penance, and humility, and is intended to remind us of the reality of death and the need for prayer. Black chasubles are also a symbol of the work yet to be done, which is the work of prayer and the graces of the Mass. Black vestments are not commonly used in modern times, and purple is often used as a substitute. However, black chasubles can still be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • Pink chasubles

    Pink chasubles, also known as rose chasubles, are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests on the third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday) and the fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). The color pink or rose symbolizes joy and rejoicing amidst a season of penance and preparation. The use of pink chasubles is meant to remind us that the season of preparation is coming to a close and the great feast is swiftly approaching. Pink chasubles can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order.

  • Gold chasubles

    Gold chasubles are liturgical vestments worn by Catholic priests during special occasions such as Christmas and Easter. They are also worn during other important feasts and celebrations, such as the Feast of the Epiphany and the Feast of Christ the King. Gold is a symbol of royalty, wealth, and divinity, and is meant to represent the glory of God. Gold chasubles are often decorated with intricate embroidery and gold brocade trim. They can be purchased from various online shops and are often made to order. In some cases, gold or silver vestments can be substituted for other liturgical colors on feast days.

  • Chasubles with Holy...

    Chasubles with Holy Spirit are liturgical vestments that feature symbols of the Holy Spirit. These symbols can include images of a dove, flames, or other representations of the Holy Spirit's presence. Chasubles with the Holy Spirit are often seen in Gothic churches as part of their traditional vestments. They are available in various styles, including Gothic and Semi-Gothic. Chasubles with the Holy Spirit are often made of high-quality fabrics such as wool and silk, and are decorated with intricate embroidery and gold brocade trim.

  • Chasubles with Jesus

    Chasubles with Jesus are liturgical vestments that feature images or symbols of Jesus Christ. These chasubles can be found in various styles and designs, including Gothic and Roman. Some chasubles with Jesus may feature images of Jesus' life, such as his resurrection or his birth. Others may feature symbols of Jesus, such as the Sacred Heart or the image of Jesus Christ the King. Chasubles with Jesus are often made of high-quality fabrics such as silk and wool, and are decorated with intricate embroidery and gold brocade trim.

  • Chasubles with Holy...

    Chasubles with Holy Family are liturgical vestments that feature images or symbols of the Holy Family, which includes Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. These chasubles are often adorned with Gothic designs and are meant to represent the holiness of the Catholic faith. Chasubles with the Holy Family can be found in various styles and designs, including Gothic and Roman. They are often made of high-quality fabrics such as silk and wool, and are decorated with intricate embroidery and gold brocade trim. 

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