He had a special passion, also, for ecclesiastical vestments, as indeed he had for everything connected with the service of the Church.
He loved to kneel down on the cold marble pavement, and watch the priest, in his stiff flowered vestment, slowly and with white hands moving aside the veil of the tabernacle, or raising aloft the jewelled lantern-shaped monstrance with that pallid wafer that at times, one would fain think, is indeed the (panis caelestis," the bread of angels, or, robed in the garments of the Passion of Christ, breaking the Host into the chalice, and smiting his breast for his sins.
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It takes a moment for Lev to recognize him—mainly because he’s not wearing his modest pastor’s vestments.
Neal Shusterman -- Unwind
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