History will be made that weekend when the standard of the order will be raised in the town by the local Knights, who wear a surplice with the cross emblem.
Once I had stuffed myself behind the wheel with my surplice billowing around me like a collapsed parachute, I switched into passive mode.
He became a canon of Salisbury in 1563, but objected to the use of the surplice and to contributing to the repairs of the cathedral.
A piano was played, hymns were sung, we all duly recited the confession, creeds and responses, and the curate ascended the pulpit with surplice flowing.
This church introduced a surpliced choir, pew rental and housed the first pipe organ and heating system in San Diego.
This was about the clerk of that parish, whose wife used to wash the parson's surplices .
Stretching along each side are lines of choirboys and girls in bright surplices , holding flags and honey-scented tapers.
Gradually a surpliced choir began to lead the music.
The introduction of the surpliced choir in England has been associated with the Cambridge Camden Society.
Powerful lights made their white surplices glow like neon, and the pulpitted priest seemed to be borne aloft on a cloud of pure radiance.