Dalmatic

The dalmatic is a long wide-sleeved tunic, which serves as a liturgical vestment in the Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Anglican, and United Methodist Churches, which is sometimes worn by a deacon at Mass or other services. Although infrequent, it may also be worn by bishops above the alb and below the chasuble. Like the chasuble worn by priests and bis...
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Dalmatic

• (n.) A robe worn on state ocasions, as by English kings at their coronation. • (n.) A vestment with wide sleeves, and with two stripes, worn at Mass by deacons, and by bishops at pontifical Mass; -- imitated from a dress originally worn in Dalmatia.
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Dalmatic

A dalmatic is an embroidered vestment worn by deacons in the Roman Church and the High Church section of the Anglican Church during the celebration of High Mass and at processions.
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Dalmatic

a loose-fitting robe with open sides and wide sleeves worn by a deacon on more solemn feasts; it takes its colour from the liturgical feast at which it is worn.
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dalmatic

ecclesiastical robe or other outer vestment
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dalmatic

liturgical vestment worn over other vestments by Roman Catholic and some Anglican deacons. It probably originated in Dalmatia in Greece and was a ... [2 related articles]
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Dalmatic

Liturgical vestments, similar to the chasuble, which is worn over the alb. It is a kind of long robe with very wide sleeves. Today it is worn by the deacon during mass and by the bishop during solemn mass: the bishop wears it under the chasuble
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dalmatic

Outer liturgical vestment of the deacon in the Roman Catholic Church; a mantle worn at Mass and in solemn processions. ...
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Dalmatic

The vestment the deacon wears over the alb on solemn occasions.
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