- Surplice is desigined by using finest polyester.
- Tropical fabric used for production of this black cassock.
- Trimmed piping with black cord on cassock.
- Two inside breast pockets alongwith two combination pockets/side opening.
- Three backplates are made and half line till waist.
- Soft sholder pads, dryclean only.
A surplice and cassock are traditional liturgical vestments worn by clergy in the Roman Catholic Church, as well as in some other Christian denominations. A cassock is a long, ankle-length garment with narrow sleeves, typically black in color. It is usually worn as an outer garment and is considered a sign of the wearer’s clerical status. The cassock is often worn with a white clerical collar, which is a detachable band of cloth worn around the neck.
A surplice is a white, lightweight garment that is worn over the cassock. It is a loose-fitting tunic with wide, billowing sleeves that typically falls to the knee or mid-calf. The surplice is often worn by clergy during liturgical functions, such as Mass, and is also worn for other sacramental occasions, such as baptisms and weddings.
The surplice and cassock are often worn together as part of a complete liturgical vestment set. Together, they provide a simple and dignified form of dress that is appropriate for the sacred functions of the Church. In addition to the surplice and cassock, other liturgical vestments may also be worn, such as the stole, chasuble, and cope.
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