What Is a Sacristy?
In this episode of Catholic101, we asked these young adults if they can guess the definition of ‘sacristy.’ Can you? Here’s a hint: you can find one in every Catholic church.
Natural: That’s the only hint? Do you have a hint, behind-the-camera guy?
Catholic 101. Vocabulary: Sacristy
Randy: All right. So are you ready?
Rachel M.: You can say it.
LeShane: Yeah, sacristy.
Robert: Do we have to show them?
LeShane: Definition: it’s again, ladies first.
Rachel M.: Um.
Robert: I would say it has to do with the sacrifice of Christ.
Channing: It’s not the confession place, is it?
Francois: No idea.
Natural: I think we’re getting colder.
Kevin: I want to say it’s the chapel, like when we go to the chapel.
Gina: Yeah, it’s in the—
Randy: Piece of artwork or like a statue?
Robert: Right, some type of—
Tommy: Is that where the priest dresses before mass, is that what that is?
Grotto: Sacristy: the room in the church where the priests vest for Mass and other services and where the sacred vessels are kept.
Natural: That was a good one.