"The comments concerning chasubles ('Vestments add to"holiness" of worship, except the chasuble', April 2018, p. 5) are ill-informed and offensive". "There is nothing 'pretentious' about [the vestments], and the assertion that it proclaims 'Look how good I am' and 'I am a big shot' is belied totally by the humble prayer traditionally said by the priest wearing it". "While the vestments worn for the Eucharist symbolize functions of ministry, they are also intended to inspire and teach us of the meaning of the Eucharist, its history and its continuity. They are to be worn with a due sense of humility. They, and their wearers, do not deserve to be scorned and belittled".