White Satin Clergy Stole
- Premium white bridal satin fabric
- Gold Latin cross embroidered on both sides 4" gold rayon tassel-like chainette fringe on both sides
- 92 inches in total length
- Shape made to fit for all body types
- 4 ¼” inches in width with descending neck width of 1 ¾ inches at midpoint
- White is worn during Christmas, Easter, weddings, funerals, and secular holidays
A white clergy stole is a garment typically worn by members of the clergy, such as priests, ministers, or bishops, as part of their liturgical vestments. The stole is a long, narrow strip of cloth that is draped around the neck and worn over the shoulders. The color of the stole can vary depending on the liturgical season or occasion, but a white stole is often associated with celebrations of the Easter season, such as Easter Sunday or the Feast of the Ascension.
In many Christian denominations, the stole symbolizes the wearer's office and authority as a minister of the gospel. Wearing a stole is also considered to be a way of participating in the sacred ritual of the liturgy and setting oneself apart as a representative of the Church.
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I purchased a white stole from two different companies. Yours was less expensive and better quality. The other company did not state they were based in India. I was charged a money exchane fee as well. None of this information was state on their order form or website I I asked to returned it but never received a reply. I would definitely refer your company to others. Thank you.
Back order item
The company calked to tell me it was on back order. They fulfilled the order as promised, very timely. Great customer service
The stole is of good quality and very attractive.
My preacher father just officiated a wedding utilizing the stole and got numerous compliments on how great it looked. Complimented his dark robe well.
I will be performing a wedding in May for a former student, and this will lend an aire of dignity to the ceremony.
Beautiful product and design. I'll use this for a wedding that I'm officiating at next month.