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When are these colors used?
White: When the Church wishes to denote purity, innocence or glory, she uses white; that is, on the feasts of our Lord and of the Blessed Virgin, on the festivals of angels and of all saints who were not martyrs. White is the color of the resurrection and so is used in masses for the dead.
Red: is the color of fire and of blood; it is used in Masses of the Holy Ghost, such as on Pentecost, to remind us of the tongues of fire -- and on the feasts of all saints who shed their blood for their faith. Red is also used on Good Friday and Palm Sunday.
Purple: or violet is expressive of penance; it is used during Lent and Advent (except on saints' days), and also on the sorrowful festival of the Holy Innocents.
Green: is the color which denotes the growth and increase of our holy Church, and is also symbolic of hope; it is used at various times of the year, on days that are not saints' days.Maybe, you can remember what Bro Michael thought on the vespers: Alb, Cincture, Stole, Cope, Chasuble, Humeral Veil and Surplice.
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