Saturday, 14 August 2010

Puginesque vestments in Wallsend

This post features a chasuble and cope set, with matching antependium, which the Saint Bede Studio has made for the use of the Latin Mass Community in Newcastle (Australia). These vestments have already been used for a Missa Cantata at Saint Patrick's church Wallsend, which has been featured on The New Liturgical Movement and The Hermeneutic of Continuity.

Some photographs are included from the Mass, in addition to a studio image of the cope. A forest green damask was used for these vestments, ornamented with Puginesque braids in red and gold.


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Monday, 2 August 2010

Sundays after Pentecost - part II

A young priest from Louisiana (USA) commissioned the Saint Bede Studio to make a green chasuble in the Philip Neri style. The completed chasuble is pictured opposite.

These vestments are made from a magnificent damask of green and gold, ornamented simply with an outlining braid, and lined in green cotton.

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