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Liturgical Colors

The color of liturgical vestments and drapery used in the decoration of the altar corresponding to that which is prescribed for the Office of the day.   From Volume IV of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Liturgical Colors: The color of liturgical vestments and drapery used in the decoration of the altar corresponding to that which is prescribed for the Office of the day; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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