As a fruit of our charism to communicate the beauty of our faith, our Sister Sacristan delights in setting out Father's vestments with care - and sometimes creativity. A great deal of attention is given to laying the vestments out, seemingly for an audience of one: Father. Our Chaplain appreciates the thoughtfulness, but knows as well as we that the attention is really given to the One Audience that matters: God. Under the principle that what goes on LAST is laid out FIRST, Sister Sacristan lays the chasuble on the vesting table first, with the back turned up and bottom folded over for vesting ease. On it are placed the manipule, stole and cincture, usually forming an IHS over the chasuble. Then the linen alb is gently placed on top, with the lace carefully folded back for Father's convenience. Finally, the amice. A simple rectangle of linen with long ribbons, the amice has become Sister's easel for illustrating the feast of the day: Our Lady's monogram for her feast day, symbols of the seasons or saints find themselves written in fabric for the glory of God and the salvation of souls.