Sacred Vessels and Vestments!. Vessels: Chalice (1). Large, stemmed vessels with a cup-like top used by the priest at Mass to hold the Precious Blood. Vessels: Purificator (2). A linen cloth used for wiping the chalice, and the fingers the celebrant after Communion. . Vessels: Paten (3).
Large, stemmed vessels with a cup-like top used by the priest at Mass to hold the Precious Blood.
Alinen cloth used for wiping the chalice, and the fingers the celebrant after Communion.
Saucer-like dish, frequently matching the chalice, used to hold the Body of Christ
Small, cloth-covered cardboard square placed on top of the priest’s chalice to protect the Precious Blood.
Square cloth folded into nine smaller squares, used at the altar on which the Chalice and Paten are placed during the Mass.
Square cloth similar in fabric and liturgical color as the priest’s vestment used to cover the priest’s chalice.
Cup-like or bowl-like vessel (usually large) with a lid used for storing the Body of Christ in the Tabernacle or for distribution at Communion
Large, ornate vessel used to hold the Blessed Sacrament for Benediction, Eucharistic processions, and Eucharistic adoration.
11: Lunette Case
The amice is a piece of fine linen in the form of an oblong. The priest places it for a moment on his head, and then allows it to rest upon his shoulders.
Long, usually, white, dress-like garment worn by priests, deacons, and servers.
Fabric cord used to wrap around the waist over the alb to keep secure. In liturgical colors of white, green, purple, and red to match liturgical seasons.
Long cloth scarf in liturgical colors worn by priest over both shoulders
Outer garment worn over alb by priest. Comes in various liturgical colors.
7: Humeral Veil