Then, when every vestment was in its place, the peasants ranged themselves in a circle, each with his musket in his hand.
The bishop was to wear a rochet, a surplice or albe, and a cope or vestment.
This vestment is not derived from the Roman rite, but is properly a stole, which the subdeacons used to carry in the left hand.
"It's all as one, and just as sure as if the priest had on the vestment," was the reply.
Piety was appeased with external rites and symbols, with changes of vestment, excessive lustrations, and the like.
His singing-gown was a vestment, and he learnt its fashioning at college.
He sent Augustin the “pall,” a vestment denoting metropolitan authority, and constituting the recipient vicar of the Pope.
In either case, it must be considered as part of the vestment to which it adheres.
He wears no vestment, he is not magnified by any architecture, he is not supported by superiors or deferred to by subordinates.
This vestment was in two pieces, one for the front, the other for the back.