This Gremiale is made of Linen Fabric. The Gremiale comes with three box pleats for comfort and embroidered coat of arms. This Linen Gremiale is purposefully made unlined, so that the strains can be easily washed off. After you place the order, kindly email us your Coat of Arms photo or any other design along with the order number and we will design it and embroider it directly on the Gremiale.
There is no extra cost for custom sizing. Kindlly contact us for sizing details.
Gremiale or gremial is a square or oblong cloth which a bishop, according to the "Cæremoniale Episcoporum" and "Pontificale", should wear over his lap, when seated on the throne during the singing of the Kyrie, Gloria and Credo by the choir, during the distribution of blessed candles, palms or ashes, during the washing of feet in the Mass of the Lord's Supper, and also during the anointments in connection with Holy orders. The primary object of the gremiale is to prevent the soiling of the other pontifical vestments, especially the chasuble. The gremiale used during the pontifical Mass is made of silk and its colour must correspond with the colour of the chasuble. The gremiales used at other functions are made of linen, to facilitate their cleansing in case they be soiled.