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).
Stole is a liturgical vest that marks the priestly ordination in its three degrees: diaconal, priestly and Episcopal. Made in all of the liturgical colors, they’re used in the Eucharist celebration as in all of the other sacraments. When used under the chasuble, they’re more simple and discreet. However, the ones made to use over the Tunic, get beautiful galoons or needleworks of liturgical symbols and elegant finishings.
DETAILS OF THE PRODUCT
Priestly Stole Mothers who pray for their Children ES721. It is made of jacquard, structured and smoothed fabric with satin stripes. Curved model with the movement symbol embroidered on the left side, a stylized cross on the right and a beautiful M embroidered on the ends. Available only in light beige and in sizes S, M and L.
Fabric: Jacquard (58% cotton and 42% polyester)
Color: Light beige
Lining: Twill 100% polyester
Model: Curved (14 cm wide)
S: dresses people until 165 cm height.
M: dresses people until 175 cm height.
L: dresses people until 185 cm height.