Church altar linens( number of products: 136 )
Altar linens are a must-have item for any occasion. They are valuable for the ornamentation of the altar and its consecration, in addition to a legitimate and suitable purpose associated with church goods. At Ackermann Liturgical Vestments, we have a wide range of church linens collections. There are different types of altering linens available and our store has all the varieties at the most cost-effective range.
Some of the important altar linens catholic are- A corporal (rectangular shape fabric in linen or textiles, buttoned upon which the body of Christ is placed), a pall (a flap of fabric, teed, adorned with fine needlework, with which the chalice and paten are covered in needed to shield them from soot, grime, and bugs), a hand handkerchief (or manuterge, is used by the pastor to purge his hands during the consecration), and a purificator (the coat with which the priest thoroughly rinses the bowl at the consecration).
The amice, liturgical cassock made up of a white linen rectangle on which two tapes are stitched, that allow the priest to dress it up and cover the shoulder, and the bethel veil, a large triangle blanket placed behind the shrine, hanging from a wooden cabinet or held by figurines, are also used to fully cover the altar between commemorations, are both contained within the church linens.
Tabernacle has a comparable covering. Because of its devotional use, altar linens must be of high quality. They used to be made of silk, cotton, or hemp, and they were adorned with lovely needlework. Even today, despite the availability of polyester and other synthetic materials for altar linens, it is critical that they are created with care. A simple hem, dividers, embroidery, and lace can be used to complete altar linens. They are adorned with symbols that refer to the liturgy, which might vary according to the festivals or festivities taking place. At Ackermann Liturgical Vestments, you can shop high-quality Altar linens for a variety of purposes. Shop now!