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"whatever you do, whether in speech or in action, do it in the name of the Lord Jesus. Give thanks to the Father through Him" - Colossians 3:17

The original cloak was simply a large semicircular piece of fabric that covered the whole body with only an opening for the head. St. Paul mentions his cloak in the second Epistle to Timothy (4:13) when he writes, "The cloak that I left at Troas." The cloak of that day was worn by the poor and middle class people who were not Roman citizens, and because they were not citizens, they were not permitted to wear the Roman toga.

The Gothic vestment of today dates back to the Gothic Revival period.

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