This white Gothic chasuble comes from the Houssard Company of Paris. The chasuble is made from a lightweight wool and polyester blend material. It has the rounded Gothic cut with an inside stole. This white chasuble has a panel with the St. Andrew's Cross in a gold pattern up the front of the chasuble. The same pattern runs down the back with two additional panels running down from the shoulders. The three panels meet near the top of the chasuble and are connected at this point with the "Chiro" symbol. The chasuble has a plain collar with a zipper closure on the left shoulder. White is the liturgical color that symbolizes innocence, virginity, victory and joy and is worn to celebrate the Joyful and Glorious Mysteries, Christmas, Easter and the Assumption of Mary. The chasuble measures 64 inches across and 52 inches long.