Sunday, December 11, 2005

What Did You See?

OK, time for a Loggia Poll..... Was your celebrant/presider/pastoral minister wearing Violet or Rose on this Gaudete Sunday?

The church queens are eager to know and will give bonus points for rose dalmatics and/or tunicles.
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23 Comments:

Blogger patrick said...

Immaculate Conception Parish, DC. Purple and very light rose on the celebrant. Purple dalmatic on the deacon.

11/12/05 12:38  
Blogger Liz said...

Rose vestments for the celebrant. He also mentioned that in case the hope of the approaching feast of Christmas wasn't enough to bring a smile to our faces, then the sight of a priest wearing pink certainly would. (Gags.)

11/12/05 13:30  
Blogger Donna Bethell said...

St. Mary Mother of God parish, Washington, D.C., 9 am Tridentine rite Mass: celebrant in rose vestments, Gothic style; excellent sermon on our failure to see Christ among us and our reason for rejoicing: Christ is near.

11/12/05 13:33  
Blogger Father Martin Fox said...

Purple. Our parish has no rose vestments, which I am fixing to rectify by Laetare Sunday, budget allowing.

11/12/05 13:52  
Blogger Deep Furrows said...

Pink, er Rose, that is. Archbishop Emeritus Kelleher was at my Olathe, KS parish to celebrate a baptism. He said that the holidays are holy days, but if we remove the holy days from the holidays, they will become hollow days.

11/12/05 14:17  
Blogger pazdziernik said...

St. Patrick, Nashua, NH ----> Rose

Does Stole under the chasable get bonus points?

11/12/05 14:38  
Blogger Filip said...

St. Benon, Warsaw, Poland, Europe (TLM)

celebrans ->rose
antependium of the altar -> rose
stole of Fr. giving sermon (other than celebrans) -> rose

11/12/05 16:20  
Blogger Julie said...

Father wore rose for Gaudete Sunday at Queen of Angels in So. Jersey and gave an excellent (as always) homily on the need to be fully immersed in the reflective season of Advent and on the humility of John the Baptist.

11/12/05 16:54  
Blogger Jimmy Mac said...

Most Holy Redeemer, San Francisco .... dramatically ROSE!

11/12/05 17:56  
Blogger Br Lawrence, O.P. said...

Blackfriars' Cambridge, UK: Rose vestments with rose lectern frontal and matching stoles for concelebrants!

11/12/05 18:38  
Blogger Gene O'Grady said...

Priest in violet, although there's a bit of rose in the pattern. Enough that I asked which color it was and he told me violet; apparently there is a rose set but it doesn't fit him well (he's pretty new here). Violet dalmatic on deacon, but again it was his first day.

11/12/05 19:31  
Blogger justplaincath said...

Bishop Michael Cote, DD, of the Diocese of Norwich, his concelebrant and his deacon wore purple at the 5 PM (Sunday)Life Teen Mass at St. Andrew's Church, Colchester, CT.

The homily by Bp. Cote was on Our Lady of Guadalupe, whose feast is tomorrow.

11/12/05 20:25  
Blogger Fr PJM said...

We used rose chasuble.

11/12/05 21:48  
Blogger michigancatholic said...

Bonus points for testicles, did you say??

11/12/05 23:04  
Blogger RightJack said...

In suburban Boston, rose chasuble on the presider, matching rose stole on the deacon, over an alb, sans dalmatic.

11/12/05 23:56  
Blogger The Pigeon said...

I could just make out the Rose-colored vestments through the fog of incense at St Mary the Virgin (Episcopal) in Times Square, NYC.

12/12/05 02:11  
Blogger ben said...

Holy Ghost in Denver.

Rose chasuble and a rose dalmatic on the deacon.

What can I get with my bonus points?

12/12/05 13:53  
Blogger Dom Dominic said...

pazdziernik said...
Does Stole under the chasable get bonus points?


In the Diocese of Manchester? You bet it does!

I remember many days in St Pats after checking my mail box across the street, stopping in to say midday prayer. Only church in the City that was open.

12/12/05 17:11  
Blogger Fungulo said...

Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Covington KY (easily the most beautiful church in the USA):

10.00am celebrated by the Ordinary ('Roger our Bishop' which words take on a fascinating meaning if you're into British colloquialisms) who wore violet

12.15pm celebrated by the Rector who wore brand new rose including maniple (1962 rite)

5.30pm celebrated by the Rector who wore the same brand rose, excluding maniple

12/12/05 17:50  
Blogger John Hearn said...

SS. Peter & Paul in Wilmington, CA (LA South Bay area) Rose

12/12/05 18:09  
Blogger Ephraem said...

The Chapel of the Immaculate Heart at Lewisham in Sydney has the regulation number of Rose copes for Solemn Vespers (5?)- of recent vintage. I wasn't there but I would be surprised if they weren't used.

12/12/05 18:15  
Blogger RightJack said...

Ephraem wrote:
"The Chapel at Lewisham in Sydney has the regulation number of Rose copes for Solemn Vespers (5?)- of recent vintage..."

5? What regulation does that meet? I'd kill for a rose cope. We sing Evening Prayer in Advent and Lent and I'd love a rose cope. I'll pay the postage if you can spare one!

12/12/05 22:43  
Blogger Fungulo said...

They actually have seven, for Pontifical Vespers in the Old Rite - that would be useful if Boy George (the favorite name for the favorite auxiliary, a fellow Dominican of Ephraem) popped in to do Pontifical Vespers in Pink in the presence of George himself, dressed, naturally, in the Big Red Thing That Ate Cardinal Pell in Dusseldorf (resembling a Chinese-New-Year-Dragon).

13/12/05 15:34  

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