Hieratical Μitres are elaborate head coverings worn by bishops and high-ranking members of the clergy in the Christian church. They are typically made of precious materials such as silk or brocade and are often decorated with intricate designs, including gold or silver thread, precious stones, and symbolic motifs.
These ornate mitres are symbolic of the wearer's spiritual authority and are often seen as powerful symbols of the church. Hieratical Μitres are typically reserved for special liturgical events and are an important part of the regalia worn by bishops and other high-ranking members of the clergy.
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Fr. Dennis Vierling
"...The chalice and paten arrived and were displayed at church for members of the congregation. Everyone loved it and were very pleased. I look forward to hearing back from you. ..."
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