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1. Zieglers has a variety of Dalmatics to choose from in different styles and sizes! Shop now for great prices and fast shipping! Due to logistical challenges orders may not ship until the next business day

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2. Dalmatics, Marion, Chi-Rho, Washable Dalmatics, Matching Dalmatic & Chasuble, Lightweight Dalmatic,

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3. McKay Church Goods carries all types of Dalmatics


4. We have deacon Dalmatics from a variety of manufacturers in all price ranges and liturgical colors.

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5. Toomey Dalmatics come with matching stoles, are tailored for a beautiful drape, are made to keep you comfortable and are priced very affordably.

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6. Most Dalmatics are amply cut 60" wide and 48" long


7. Shop for Catholic Deacon Dalmatics

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8. Copes, roman chasubles and Dalmatics


9. Dalmatics Dalmatics for Deacons are available in green, white, red, or purple

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10. Henninger's offers a wide range of traditional Dalmatics and contemporary Dalmatics.


11. CUSTOM Dalmatics W/ STOLES $129.50 - $1195.00


12. These handcrafted, beautiful Dalmatics are custom-sized to ensure a flawless fit and ultimate comfort


13. Like all of our liturgical vestments and clergy apparel, these Dalmatics come with the Gaspard guarantee of satisfaction


14. Dalmatics are available in many colors to reflect ordinary Time, Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter.


15. Dalmatics is a kind of liturgical vestment intended for deacons

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16. Deacon Dalmatics are now rarely worn in ordinary parishes, where deacons are rare, but it is relatively easy to distinguish it from the chasuble: it is most often sewn or stapled on the side and has something like sleeves

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17. Deacon Dalmatics are Dalmatics for Deacons including Washable Dalmatics

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18. Vestments, chasubles, albs, stoles, Dalmatics, touch of faith creations


19. Deacon Vestment Green Jerusalem Cross Dalmatics with stole RJ TOOMEY

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20. Prepare for Lent with our beautiful collection of custom, handcrafted purple and white deacon Dalmatics

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21. All of our Dalmatics are made with the utmost care and attention to detail

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22. All of our Dalmatics come with the Gaspard Guarantee - We strive for 100% satisfaction.


23. Purchase Clergy apparel including deacon Dalmatics, Deacon stoles, preaching robes

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24. Deacon robes, Dalmatics for Deacons available in all liturgical colors

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25. Dalmatics synonyms, Dalmatics pronunciation, Dalmatics translation, English dictionary definition of Dalmatics

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26. Complete catalogue of Dalmatics: over 60 deacon Dalmatics and catholic Dalmatics, available in all liturgical colours

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27. These Dalmatics are embroidered with the same Chi Rho, grapes and wheat design along with reinforced backing as our Chasuble

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28. Eucharistic Dalmatics come with a matching understole


29. The Dalmatics pictured on this page are only a small sample of the designs The Holy Rood Guild has to offer

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30. Dalmatics are just as easy to obtain as chasubles


31. .ope and Dalmatics of the kind that are in (treat favor at present for deco rative use

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32. The new vestments include copes, worn by cardinal bish- ops; chasuables worn by car- dinai priests, and Dalmatics worn by cardinal deacons

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33. Autom offers a complete selection of high quality priest chasubles & deacon Dalmatics by R.J

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34. Patrick's Guild carries Dalmatics in colors that correspond to the liturgical church year calendar


35. Choose from a large assortment of quality Dalmatics from top manufacturers MDS, Theological Threads, Veritas Polska and Hayes & Finch


36. A beautiful set of crafted Dalmatics for the discerning Deacon

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37. These Dalmatics are embroidered with the same Chi Rho, grapes and wheat design along with reinforced backing as our Chasuble.Each Dalmatic is crafted with the same careful attention to detail as our Eucharistic Chasubles

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38. Eucharistic Dalmatics come with a matching under stole.The Chi Rho is one of the earliest


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40. Dalmatics; Plain Dalmatic; Plain Dalmatic

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DALMATICS [dalĖˆmadik]

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What does dalmatic mean?

    Definition of dalmatic 1 : a wide-sleeved overgarment with slit sides worn by a deacon or prelate 2 : a robe worn by a British sovereign at his or her coronation

    What was the dalmatic used for during Lent?

    Traditionally the dalmatic was not used in the Roman rite by deacons during Lent. In its place, depending on the point in the liturgy, was worn either a folded chasuble or what was called a broad stole, which represented a rolled-up chasuble.

    What does dalmatique mean?

    A wide-sleeved garment worn by certain monarchs at their coronations. [Middle English dalmatik, from Old French dalmatique, from Medieval Latin dalmatica (vestis), Dalmatian (garment) (originally made of white wool from Dalmatia), from Latin dalmaticus, of Dalmatia .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

    Is the dalmatic used in the Catholic Church?

    Today, the tunicle is rare in the Roman Catholic Church as only certain authorized clerical societies (such as the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter) have subdeacons. Traditionally the dalmatic was not used in the Roman rite by deacons during Lent.

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