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What is the difference between a surplice and a cotta?
Last Updated: 13th May, 2020
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Similarly, you may ask, who would normally wear a surplice?
It is usually worn over a cassock and never alone, nor is it ever gathered by a belt or cincture. It may be worn under a stole by deacons and priests for liturgical ceremonies or the celebration of sacraments outside of Mass. On occasion, a cope is worn over the cassock, surplice and stole.
Also, what is a vicar's robe called? Outer cassock: Called a ryasa (Russian: ряса) or exorason, the outer cassock is a large flowing garment worn over the inner cassock by bishops, priests, deacons, and monastics.
Similarly, what is the difference between a dalmatic and chasuble?
is that chasuble is the outermost liturgical vestment worn by clergy for celebrating eucharist or mass while dalmatic is a long wide-sleeved tunic, which serves as a liturgical vestment in the roman catholic and anglican churches and is worn by a deacon at the eucharist or mass and, although infrequently, by bishops as
What is worn under a chasuble?
Under the chasuble, the priest should wear the following: Alb - white robe. Amice - many contemporary albs (sometimes called cassock-albs) are designed to not need these, in which case, the amice can be omitted. Street clothes or cassock - he's not nekkid under his vestments.