- n. Plural form of maniple.
“Then the two deacons assistants to the throne, who are wearing rochet instead of the albs, and no maniples.”
“When the Solemn Prayers are finished, the major ministers go to the sedilia, and remove their maniples; the priest removes his black chasuble and subdeacon removes his black folded chasuble.”
“The climactic Act I Te Deum comes complete with choirboys and birettas, maniples and chasubles.”
“In addition to The Fenris Badwulf Graduate School of Telemarketing Excellence excelling at patriotic displays of worker loyalty, worker maniples across the area of responsibility of the Toronto Work Legion are to be commended with the a brass star collectible privilege token.”
“They should not put on their maniples or birettas or folded chasubles, if used until the Celebrant is vested.”
“It will require some of us older priests, brought up with Vatican II reforms, to be more patient and understanding towards some of the younger priests, with their maniples and miraculous medals.”
“The Italy vets then counterattacked with mixed results, but a couple routed maniples was all it needed to push the Roman army past its morale test.”
“Fool! he sees not the firm root, out of which we all grow, though into branches: nor will beware until he see our small divided maniples cutting through at every angle of his ill-united and unwieldy brigade.”
“The altar service reflected an ecclesial style seldom seen in The Episcopal Church, with copes, maniples, zucchettos and other finery.”
“Squares were down now to maniples, and only three men deep.”
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