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Since early Christian times, the wearing of mantillas, also known as chapel veils has been a common custom among women of faith. Mantillas, from the word manta, meaning cape, come in different shapes and sizes, and are generally black or white lace that is draped over a woman’s head when attending Mass or when in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. Traditionally, the black veils were worn by married or widowed women, while the white veils were worn by young girls, and unmarried women. Click here for more information on Mantillas
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