Chasuble Mothers who pray for their Children CS910
- Reference: 296376
Made in microfiber twill, light fabric with a good fit, gothic model with folded collar front opening.
MOTHERS WHO PRAY FOR THEIR CHILDREN
Mothers who pray for their children is a movement of the Catholic Church, inspired by the Holy Spirit of God, created by a small group of mothers and guided by its founder, Angela Abdo. This ecclesial movement was started in a parish of the Archdiocese of Vitória - ES, which extends throughout Brazil and begins to spread throughout the world.
CORDIS, a company belonging to the Diocese of Colatina, is now also part of this religious movement, taking care of the production, dissemination and commercialization of liturgical vestments approved and authorized by the directors of the movement through its founder, ÂNGELA ABDO.
“God used means beyond the group itself to expand the charism of this ecclesial service” (Angela Abdo).
Chasuble is a liturgical garment that the priests wear on the Tunic or Alb and Stole for the celebration of the Eucharist. Liturgical colors: white (or gold), green, red, purple, rosaceous and black. As for its shape, the chasuble has evolved over time.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
Chasuble Mothers who pray for their Children CS910. Made in microfiber twill, light fabric with a good fit, gothic model with folded collar front opening. Under the collar, a vertical band (front and back) in satin jacquard comes down, where the symbol of the movement is embroidered. At the end, a beautiful stylized M artfully embroidered. Available only in light beige and in sizes S, M and L. It comes with a chasuble stole.
Fabric: Twill microfiber (100% polyester)
Detail fabric: Damask jacquard
Collar: Folded collar front opening
Complement: Chasuble stole
S: dresses people until 165 cm height.
M: dresses people until 175 cm height.
L: dresses people until 185 cm height.
OBS.: For bigger, smaller or intermediate sizes, consult us.
TIPS FOR CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
- DON’T WASH in the washing machine, it’s preferable to dry-clean them in specialized laundries;
- IRON IT inside out, in medium heat as indicated in the composition and conservation tag;
- After usage, leave the piece to rest for one hour in the open air;
- Hang it in good hangers;
- Don’t keep it for too long wrapped in plastic.
DON’T IRON ON: prints, needlework, galloons and metallic fabrics.