maniple


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maniple

A handful; little used in the working medical parlance.
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When Carthusian nuns receive the consecration of virgin, in a ceremony led by a priest or bishop, they are presented with the stole, maniple, and cross as well as the veil, ring, and crown.
What's next, the return of the amice, maniple and biretta?
In all, priests wore the amice, alb, cincture, maniple, stole, and chasuble.
For those unfortunates who can't tell the difference between a labyrinth and a maniple, the former is an intricate structure of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one's way.
Some items not thought about since my Catholic childhood of the '40s and '50s were present: AMICE, CINCTURE, Maniple - vestments as altar boy I handed to the priest in the sacristy before daybreak Mass.
I was wondering, is there much money to be made in the used maniple market?
McBrien likes to say "it's got everything in it from maniple to the theology of grace.
For the benefit of younger readers: The maniple is a now defunct vestment that the priest, deacon and subdeacon (no time to explain that one) wore over the left forearm.
I shake my head as I see not older priests, but newly ordained insisting on wearing cassocks, berretas, even maniples, being called only by their last name, wearing pre-Vatican II vestments, etc.
Afterwards he gave the Pope stoles, maniples and granite textiles for chemises made in a similar way and gracefully worked with the said feathers, as well as other ornaments for priests.
Sashes and birettas, chains and large crosses, amices and maniples, special gloves and shoes have reappeared.
Its interior is now converted into a museum and concert space, with the maniples encased in glass and the confessional transformed into an office.