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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
THE STOLE COLOR
DURING CONFESSION.

Q. 1. Why is it that the priest wears a violet stole (sash) during the Sacrament of Confession?

A. 1. The color violet is symbolic of penance. The priest wears a stole as a symbol of priestly authority. Conbining the two, the violet stole during the Sacrament of Confession is a symbol of priestly authority to forgive sins.




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