Colours Of Vestments Worn By Catholic Priests On Different Occasions And What They Symbolize
Catholic Reverend Fathers wear varying colours of vestments for different occasions, and these vestments usually have their different meanings.
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According to the occasion or time of the Catholic liturgical year, the priests wear different colours of vestments such as green, purple, red, white, etc.
Green vestments are the most regularly worn vestments by Catholic priests. They are worn in ordinary times of the Catholic liturgical calendar. That is when no occasions are going on.
The green vestment symbolizes perseverance, hope, and continued listening and looking unto God.
This colour of a Priest’s vestments is also one of the most regularly used. They symbolize the resurrection of Jesus Christ and faith, which brings joy and purity.
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The colour is related to the worship of Jesus and Mary during Easter celebrations and Christmas celebrations.
A red vestment worn by a Reverend Father indicates the passion of Christ and the blood which was spilled by Jesus and his saints when they faced persecution.
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According to the liturgical calendar, red vestments are used during Good Fridays, Palm Sundays, Pentecost Sundays, and for Masses celebrating the saints and martyrs.
This colour is linked to death, sadness, mourning, penance, and also indicates a period of waiting.
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They are worn by priests during advents, lent periods, and when the church is celebrating the mass of a dead person.
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