Chasuble: A chasuble is a piece of clothing worn by the priest when leading worship that includes Holy Eucharist. It is roughly a circle with a head hole. It is worn over a stole (a scarf-like piece of fabrice) and an alb (a long white robe). The stole and chasuble are usually the same colour and are often designed to be worn together.
Anglican Word of the Day is an occassional series, posted first to our Facebook Page, that aims to teach some of the words and phrases frequently used in the Anglican Church of Canada.