Alb T3 white terylene

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Alb: From the Latin word for "white", it is the common vestment for all liturgical ministers who wear vestments. The alb has full sleeves and is a long white gown-like garment that reaches almost to the ground. Once made strictly of linen (and so called a linen in early documents), it is now made of any appropriate material. When worn by a priest or deacon for Mass, the alb is nearly completely covered by the stole and the dalmatic (for deacons) or stole and the chasuble (for priest). Depending on the design of the alb, it may have an amice under it, around the shoulders, and be gathered at the waist with a cincture.