- Roman cope with matching stole
In many Christian churches, the color black is used to represent sorrow and mourning, as well as its close connection with darkness and sin. It is especially associated with Lent, the period of fasting preceding Easter, when mournful hymns are sung and traditional devotions are observed. It is also used to honor saints and martyrs, who made heroic sacrifices in the name of faith. In certain liturgies, the color can also symbolize repentance and humility.
Roman style cope with matching stole
Front decorated high quality orphrey, hood embroidered
Fabric - damask, available in all liturgical colors
Set fully lined
Standard length 155 cm
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