Hamlet: “Words, words, words.”
Here is a list of words used in the Catholic Church (most of which you might never come across again) and a list of definitions. See if you can match them up.
a) The official seat of the residential bishop.
b) The official collection of documents that certify the death and burial of the Pope.
c) A square piece of cloth with strings worn under the alb to hide a collar.
d) Another name for a monstrance.
e) A Swiss Guard's helmet
f) Receptacle of the corporal.
g) Heraldic term for green.
h) Decorative piece covering the front of the altar.
i) Veils used to receive the miter and crosier.
j) A formal message written in the Pope's own hand.
k) A large broad rimmed hat with tassels worn by clergy.
l) A list of three priest's names sent to the Pope as a suggestion for ordination to the episcopacy.