Chasubles Traditionals Classic

CL240211B

Chasuble in antique gold cotton/viscose/lurex fabric, and addition of side bands. Independent pallium made with handwoven gold trimmings, and a particular inlay technique used to embed two fabrics such as inlaid marble.

Custom project made for the Diocese of Nola

Delivery time: 60 days

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Diocese of Nola

Liturgical set composed by:

  • Celebrant Chasuble

Independent pallium made with handwoven gold trimmings, and a particular inlay technique used to embed two fabrics such as inlaid marble.

Mantle in antique gold cotton/viscose/lurex fabric.

“The sacred garments of the High Priest are rich in symbolism […] The names of the twelve tribes of Israel were also engraved on the breastplate (cfr Es 28,21). This means that the priest celebrates by carrying on his shoulders the people entrusted to him and carrying his names engraved in his heart. When we clothe ourselves with our humble chasuble it can do us good to feel the weight and face of our Faithful people, of our saints and martyrs, who are so many at this time!”

This is what Pope Francis preached during the Chrism Mass on March 18, 2013, and it is from this specific homily that the idea for this liturgical parade was born.

The theme of the people, of the faithful who become weight and joy in the heart of the Priest, is revisited and developed for the Diocese of Nola. The latter includes 41 municipalities, divided into 8 deaneries, and it is precisely these 8 areas of the city that have been used as the pincipal theme of the parade: small jewels set and inserted in the stolons of the chasuble.



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