I’m Catholic because there’s reason for it. Logic!The Cassock

I’m not catholic because I feel good and welcome in church. I’m Catholic because there’s reason for it. Logic!Β πŸ˜‰πŸ€“

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The Cassock is a sign of consecration to God. Your Black color is a sign of mourning. The Priest died for the world, because all that is mundane does not attract him anymore. She is ornate of 33 buttons in front, representing the age of our Lord. There are 5 buttons on the sleeves, representing the 5 wounds of our Lord. It also has 2 sides that symbolize humanity and the divinity of our Lord. The Priest wears it with a belt on his waist, symbol of chastity and celibacy. Some have 7 more buttons on the upper arm, symbolizing the 7 Sacraments, with which the priest comforts the faithful.
The Cassock is also a holy remedy against vanity. While an ordinary man needs to spend time in front of his wardrobe or a mirror checking whether this jacket matches that shirt or if the color of the tie is adequate, the priest wears his cassock and ready. You don’t even have to ask ” what will I wear today?”. your outfit is one! So she is also a symbol of fidelity and constancy. In The Christenings, the priest wears the cassock. If it’s a wedding: Cassock! If it’s a birthday: Cassock! What if it’s a funeral? Cassock! In Joy and sadness, in health and disease… it’s always the same. And it could not be different, since the priest is the representative of our Lord Jesus Christ who is the same: yesterday, today and always!

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I’m not catholic because I feel good and welcome in church. I’m Catholic because there’s reason for it. Logic!Β πŸ˜‰πŸ€“

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The Cassock is a sign of consecration to God. Your Black color is a sign of mourning. The Priest died for the world, because all that is mundane does not attract him anymore. She is ornate of 33 buttons in front, representing the age of our Lord. There are 5 buttons on the sleeves, representing the 5 wounds of our Lord. It also has 2 sides that symbolize humanity and the divinity of our Lord. The Priest wears it with a belt on his waist, symbol of chastity and celibacy. Some have 7 more buttons on the upper arm, symbolizing the 7 Sacraments, with which the priest comforts the faithful.
The Cassock is also a holy remedy against vanity. While an ordinary man needs to spend time in front of his wardrobe or a mirror checking whether this jacket matches that shirt or if the color of the tie is adequate, the priest wears his cassock and ready. You don’t even have to ask ” what will I wear today?”. your outfit is one! So she is also a symbol of fidelity and constancy. In The Christenings, the priest wears the cassock. If it’s a wedding: Cassock! If it’s a birthday: Cassock! What if it’s a funeral? Cassock! In Joy and sadness, in health and disease… it’s always the same. And it could not be different, since the priest is the representative of our Lord Jesus Christ who is the same: yesterday, today and always!

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