Beau Veste Celtic Deacon Stole 10-768, is a beautiful deacon stole with the Celtic Cross, the Claddagh, and the Three Leaf Clover symbols overlapping each other on each side of the overlay.
Shown here as overlay - will come as Deacon Style
The Celtic cross was started by St. Patrick to combat paganism. The circle behind the cross signifies the sun. The pagan people believed in the sun god, so Saint Patrick used this symbol to point them to Christ, by overlapping the cross, to show that Jesus is the Son of God and the Light of the World.
The, clover was also used by St. Patrick to teach the people about the Trinity, each leaf representing the Trinitarian God: Father, Son & Holy Spirit.
Lastly, the Claddagh symbol represents love, friendship and loyalty.
These stoles are beautifully raised multicolored Swiss schiffli embroidery. Lined and interlined texturized fortrel polyester.
Each design is available on all liturgical colors: white, red, green, purple, blue and rose.
These stoles can have custom embroidery