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  • n  a long sleeveless vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass

  • Mounted on a prancing ass, and with an embroidered velvet chieftain's robe worn like a chasuble over his Italian army uniform, bug-eyed Haile Selassie Gugsa, traitorous son-in .
  • The chasuble used in liturgical celebration developed out of everyday Greco-Roman clothing; an enveloping cloak (Latin name: casula, or little house), worn over the tunic, was .
  • Lawrence Cardinal Shehan of Baltimore, who presided at the aboriginal liturgy before a crowd of 20,000 in Melbourne's Myer Music Bowl, wore a long chasuble decorated with a .
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  • Kevin Rennie: Who Knew What And When Certain To Emerge In UConn Scandal
    University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst doesn't wear a miter, a chasuble and a pair of red shoes, but she may be starting to know what the last few popes have felt like. The first public stirrings of an appalling sex scandal at the state's largest public university are raising uncomfortable comparisons with the Roman Catholic Church and its troubles with dirty doings between the ...
    July 20, 2013 - Hartford Courant
  • Who Knew What And When Certain To Emerge In UConn Scandal
    University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst doesn't wear a miter, a chasuble and a pair of red shoes, but she may be starting to know what the last few popes have felt like. The first public stirrings of an appalling sex scandal at the state's largest public university are raising uncomfortable comparisons with the Roman Catholic Church and its troubles with dirty doings between the ...
    July 19, 2013 - Hartford Courant

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