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Clerical Stole, Deacon Estola, Handwoven with Bird Motifs, Blue, Guatemala Textile Home Decor, Festive Holiday Linens, Spring Colors Cotton,

Guatemala
$59.95

Clerical Stole, Deacon Estola, Handwoven with Bird Motifs, Celestial Blue, Guatemala Textile Home Decor, Festive Holiday Linens, Spring Colors Cotton, Clerical Stole, Deacon Estola, Handwoven with Bird Motifs, Navy Blue, Guatemala Textile Home Decor, Festive Holiday Linens, Cotton, 5" x 92"

These clerical stoles make a unique and meaningful gift for a new pastor, friend or social justice minded individual. When using a fair trade liturgical stole one can be assured that they are positively impacting the lives of indigenous Maya artisans by helping to provide them with a fair and living wage as well as steady work. This Blue and multicolored Mayan clerical stole is hand woven with symbols such as the cross, a chalice, fish, shafts of wheat and bread.   This handmade stole measure approximately 5” wide and 92” long plus an additional 3” fringe on each end. 

A stole will generally be the liturgical color assigned by the church for the liturgical season or for the particular service. Eastern rites use blue during Advent. Both Lent and Advent are penitential seasons. Lent is more penitential because the focus is on self-denial and subduing the flesh. Even more so, the faithful call to mind that the death of Christ, which we remember during the Holy Triduum, took place because of our sin. Advent is penitential, but more in a sense of joyful preparation. The faithful anticipate during Advent season the first coming of the Savior. The Eastern rites signify these different penitential emphases of Advent and Lent by using blue (usually a light blue) during Advent.

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Clerical Stole, Deacon Estola, Handwoven with Bird Motifs, Celestial Blue, Guatemala Textile Home Decor, Festive Holiday Linens, Spring Colors Cotton, Clerical Stole, Deacon Estola, Handwoven with Bird Motifs, Navy Blue, Guatemala Textile Home Decor, Festive Holiday Linens, Cotton, 5" x 92"

These clerical stoles make a unique and meaningful gift for a new pastor, friend or social justice minded individual. When using a fair trade liturgical stole one can be assured that they are positively impacting the lives of indigenous Maya artisans by helping to provide them with a fair and living wage as well as steady work. This Blue and multicolored Mayan clerical stole is hand woven with symbols such as the cross, a chalice, fish, shafts of wheat and bread.   This handmade stole measure approximately 5” wide and 92” long plus an additional 3” fringe on each end. 

A stole will generally be the liturgical color assigned by the church for the liturgical season or for the particular service. Eastern rites use blue during Advent. Both Lent and Advent are penitential seasons. Lent is more penitential because the focus is on self-denial and subduing the flesh. Even more so, the faithful call to mind that the death of Christ, which we remember during the Holy Triduum, took place because of our sin. Advent is penitential, but more in a sense of joyful preparation. The faithful anticipate during Advent season the first coming of the Savior. The Eastern rites signify these different penitential emphases of Advent and Lent by using blue (usually a light blue) during Advent.

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SKU: GUAT 220E
Availability: 5"x 92"
Width: 12.00
Height: 12.00
Depth: 2.00