vestments

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  1. mark fisher

    mark fisher Member Anglican

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    what vestments do you prefer your priest to ware
     
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    Whatever he's comfortable with. I wouldn't want him to be too hot or too cold.
     
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    What @Rexlion said. As long as it’s dignified and within the rules, it should be up to the priest.
     
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    Within the rubrics.
     
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    PDL Well-Known Member Anglican

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    I prefer the vestments my priest does wear. They are amice, alb, cincture, stole and chasuble for Mass. Outside Mass he wears different vestments depending on the service. For example, for the Office he wears cassock, surplice, scarf and hood. For occasional offices he wears cassock, surplice and stole. If the occasion is celebrated solemnly he may add a cope.
     
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    Do you mean hardware or software? :laugh: Some things can be pretty starchy and uncomfortably stiff to wear. When I was a young choir boy the ruffs very nearly cut my ears off if I turned my head too quickly. :laugh:
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    PDL Well-Known Member Anglican

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    Have a gold star for spotting this. I missed this misspelling.:doh: