8. Place pall over the paten and host.
9. Drape the chalice veil over the chalice assembly.
NOTE: Refer to figure 3-50 which graphically illustrates how the chalice
is prepared for a Roman Catholic Service (Mass).
10. Remove candleholders with candles from chaplains kit and place
one on each front corner of the altar.
11. Remove the crucifix from the chaplains kit and place it at the front
center of the altar with the corpus facing forward.
12. Remove the following items from the chaplains kit and place them
on the right rear corner of the altar, as the chaplain faces the altar; two cruets
(plastic bottles), ciborium, one finger towel, sanctus bell, altar bread con-
tainer, communion paten.
13. Remove the vestment set and tincture from the chaplains kit.
14. Remove the missal and missal stand from the chaplains kit and place
them near the left rear corner of the altar, as the chaplain faces the altar,
15. Arrange the chaplains vestments and tincture.
16. Replace the linen package and move the chaplains kit to a location
where it will not be in the way during the service.
ROMAN CATHOLIC EUCHARISTIC VESTMENTS.In order to
properly lay out Roman Catholic Eucharistic vestments, you should have
available the items which are listed below:
Roman Catholic Eucharistic Vestments
One (1) Cassock
One (1) Casuble
One (1) Amice (optional)
One (1) Stole
One (1) Alb
One (1) Field table for
One (1) Cincture
To begin, you should:
Lay the chasuble on a field table or other suitable surface with the
front facing down. The following guidelines may be used to distinguish the
front of the chasuble from the back.
(1) The manufacturers label is on the inside back collar.
(2) If there are snaps or zippers, they will be on the front left
(3) The back is usually larger than the front.
(4) The neck is lower in the front than in the back.
(5) The design is always more ornate, or decorative, on the back.
Often there are no designs on the front of the chasuble.
Fold the upper piece of material so that the garment looks like the
illustration in figure 3-11.