Dalmatics

Our friend John Sonnen at Orbis Catholicus has posted a nice photo of one of the purple dalmatics made for the pontificate of Benedict XVI.  These are the purple vestments used at Vespers at the beginning of Advent.

Here is a detail.

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8 Responses to Dalmatics

  1. luiz says:

    Is there a triregnum there?

  2. frobuaidhe says:

    I spy with my little eye something beginning with ‘t’! :-))))))

  3. Kimberly says:

    Can’t say it, can’t spell it, but it still makes my knees shake it’s so beautful.

  4. dcs says:

    That looks like the corner of the Holy Father’s cope held by the deacon in procession rather than the dalmatic itself.

    I would like to see a detail of the Holy Father’s new ferula – it is supposed to have his coat of arms on it.

  5. irishgirl says:

    Yes, that looks more like the cope the Holy Father was wearing.

    The coat of arms medallion looks really cool!

    And the service was beautiful too-I saw it streamed on EWTN!