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Chasuble: From the Latin word for "little house", the chasuble is the outermost vestment worm by a bishop or priest at Mass. Originally shaped like a poncho that covered the person from shoulders to shoes, with a hole in the middle for the head, the chasuble is now cut away on the sides, to make it easier to wear during the liturgical action. The color of the chasuble is usually the liturgical color of the feast or event.