Priest Robes 33 Buttons is available at Clergy Wear Shop
- Superfine tropical fabric used for mantufacturing of priest robe.
- Soft shoulder pads, half lining till waist.
- Same color 33 fabric covered buttons and trim.
- Three back plates are made.
- The ends of the cincture have knotted fringes.
- Two inner breast pockets.
- Two combination pockets/side opening.
Note: Cincture Belt Sold separately.
Priest robes, also known as vestments, are the ceremonial garments worn by priests during religious services. These robes have been an important part of Christian tradition for centuries and can vary in design and color depending on the denomination and occasion. These robes are often made of high-quality fabrics, such as tropical, silk or linen, and feature various colors, designs, and symbols, each of which holds a particular meaning. In many religious traditions, the vestments worn by priests and other religious leaders are considered sacred and are treated with great reverence. The specific design and style of the robes may vary depending on the religious tradition and the specific role of the wearer. For example, a priest may wear a different type of robe than a bishop or a cardinal.
In the Catholic Church, the color purple is used during the season of Lent. Lent is a 40-day period of fasting and reflection leading up to Easter. During this time, the church uses purple vestments to represent penance, humility, and sorrow. The color purple is also used during Advent, a period of waiting and preparation leading up to Christmas.