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Stole (vestment): Quiz


Question 1: Violet (often confused with purple) is the color for ________ and Lent, and may be used in Masses for the dead.
AdventEpiphany (holiday)ChristmastideJesus

Question 2: The liturgical colors used for the stole and the other vestments in the ________ are indicated in the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, 346.
Catholic ChurchPope Gregory IPope John Paul IIPope

Question 3: Together with the cincture and the now mostly defunct maniple, the stole symbolizes the bonds and fetters with which ________ was bound during his Passion; it is usually ornamented with a cross.
New Testament view on Jesus' lifeNew TestamentGospelJesus

Question 4: A ________ or other priest wears the stole around his neck with the ends hanging down in front, while the deacon places it over his left shoulder and ties it cross-wise at his right side, similar to a sash.

Question 5: In the ________, ordained deacons wear a stole around the shoulder as in the Anglican and Roman traditions.
ArminianismUnited Methodist ChurchChristianityMethodism

Question 6: The stole is a liturgical vestment of various ________ denominations.
EcumenismChristian denominationChristianityBaptist

Question 7: When he is vesting for the ________, he says the following prayer before putting on the epitrachelion:
Orthodox ChurchJohn ChrysostomEastern Catholic ChurchesDivine Liturgy

Question 8: The most likely origin for the stole, however, is to be connected with the scarf of office among Imperial officials in the ________.
Roman EmpireRoman RepublicWestern Roman EmpireByzantine Empire

Question 9: When a member of the faithful goes to ________, the priest places the edge of his epitrachelion over the head of the penitent as he confesses his sins.
AbsolutionAltarConfessionOrthodox Church

Question 10: In many Eastern traditions, the stole is always worn "doubled" unless the deacon in question is wearing only his ________ (outer cassock) and then it is essentially folded and worn over the left shoulder.
CassockBishopChoir dressSurplice


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