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Vessels in the Liturgy

Liturgical vessels are a necessary part of our liturgy, yet these objects made of clay, glass, metals, and precious stones are also works of art. In this rare collection, readers will encounter a variety of liturgical vessels fashioned by highly skilled artisans, exploring their history, usage, design, and proper care. With more than fifty stunning photos of these elegantly designed cups, plates, flagons, bowls, and thuribles, this collection will not only inform but delight as priests, sacristans, seminarians, altar servers, and ministers of Holy Communion discover the rich artistic and sacramental tradition embodied in the vessels used each week in the celebration of the liturgy. Readers will also explore the various blessings for chalice and paten, in addition to the laws of the Roman Rite with regards to making vessels for the liturgy.

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Book Details

  • Product Code: BASKET 
  • ISBN: 978-1-56854-190-7
  • Pages: 128 
  • Author: David Philippart
  • Size: 7 x 10
  • Binding: Paperback 
  • Language: English
  • Copyright Year: 2001
  • 4 Pieces Per Package

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    A little bit of care will help preserve your book for years to come. Wiping with a soft, clean cloth will take care of most dirt. A leather edition will be best preserved if occasionally treated with a suitable leather conditioner.


    Serving the Catholic Community for Over 50 Years

    Established by the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1964, LTP promotes the liturgical formation of the faithful called for by the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council. Liturgy Training Publications is a premier publisher of liturgical and pastoral materials in English and Spanish. Dedicated to developing resources for the assembly, clergy, liturgical ministers, and all who study the liturgy, LTP produces books, videos, workshops, and other training materials so all the faithful may “become thoroughly imbued with the spirit and power of the liturgy” (SC, 14).