The scapular (from the Latin scapula: shoulder) is a "piece of cloth passed over the shoulders, descending on the back and chest, characteristic of the dress of certain religious orders and which, in its simplified form, is worn under clothes by lay people "(Larousse). We can distinguish the monastic scapular (reserved for religious men and women) from the scapular of devotion, which can also be worn by the laity. It will be spoken here of some scapulars of devotion to which, for the person who uses them, promises and indulgences are attached by the tradition and the Magisterium of the Church. For more information, see Jocelyne Genton: The Scapulars (November 2012, Ed "Rassemblement à son image", Coll "Devotions").
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