Translation of vestments in Spanish:

vestments

vestiduras, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɛstmənts/

plural noun

Religion

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    vestiduras feminine
    • The priestly vestments were designed to cover the body in multiple layers, each layer exaggerating the size of legs, torso and head.
    • Next week, we're due to discuss the different seasons of the church year, and are going touch upon the different colours of vestments worn at different times throughout the year.
    • The cardinal who's just been elected pope goes there to put on the vestments he'll wear when he appears to the crowd waiting below in St. Peter's Square.
    • They would gratefully spend time during the week preparing a homily, then go down the street Sunday morning, put on some vestments and say Mass in their own parish communities.
    • The angels are dressed in priests' vestments to emphasise this link with the Eucharist.
    • He painted designs for richly embroidered ecclesiastical vestments that required satin stitch and raised work in metallic and silk threads.
    • Trying to get into it in full vestments was always something of a challenge.
    • Indeed there was more incense and ornate vestments than I have seen in a Catholic service for some time.
    • It is a sombre painting with the only bright colour provided by the clergymen's vestments and by the headscarves of the women.
    • Now the Pope had reached the elevated altar, his green vestments reflecting the Irishness of the occasion.
    • They do not even seem to allude to crucifixes or church buildings or vestments or liturgical practice.
    • But rather than represent anonymous bodies, the artist presents us with bodies that are adorned with the symbols of power, bishop's mitres, priestly vestments, and gentlemen's robes.
    • The liturgical vestments worn by the priest also indicate this.
    • This holiday celebration began in the morning, with clergy clad in white vestments and a choir singing Gregorian chant.
    • The vestments of the high priest were bejewelled and adorned with colors that literally mapped the world.
    • The new Prayer Book of 1552 was avowedly Protestant; altars were turned into tables, clerical vestments were downgraded and religious orthodoxy was enforced by a new and more stringent Act of Uniformity.
    • In addition to painting and sculpture, the collections include displays of silver, ecclesiastical ornaments and vestments, furniture, and altars.
    • What is the role of lighting in the display of the colors of vestments or robes?
    • Peg was gifted with her hands and made numerous vestments for the clergy through her association with the Apostolic Workers.
    • A few clergy assemble, including one in vestments which mark him out as an archbishop.