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Pious lay persons of either sex attached themselves to the Servites for instance; many of those who were in a position to do so attached themselves to the third order with vows, but in the case of many others either this was impossible or the idea of doing so had as yet not occurred to them.
In this manner developed, shortly after the foundation of the Servite Order, the Confraternity of the Servi B. Similarly originated the Confraternity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel ; that this existed in 1280 is proved by the still extant "Libro degli ordinamenti de la compagnia di Santa Maria del Carmine scritto nel 1280" (edited by Giulio Piccini at Bologna, 1867, in "Scelta di Curiosità letterarie").
Ceremony and symbolism Monastic formulae of profession of the West from the ninth century make no mention of the investment with the scapular.
Small nighttime scapulars In the rules of the religious it is expressly prescribed under penalties that even at night the scapular must be worn, e.g. For night the Carmelites have now a special smaller scapular which, however, is still much larger than the so-called great scapular of the Third Order of St. 33 v.) it is appointed that each candidate of the order must bring with him his bed and in addition: "habeat etiam cum rauba sua parvum scapulare cum tunica ad jacendum" (cf. It is likewise prescribed in the Constitutions of the Servites of 1257 "quod nullus accedat sine scapulari et tunica dormitum". Benedict had declared in his Rule XXII: "Vestiti dormiant et cincti cingulis aut funibus", it was prescribed in the "Consuetudines sublacenses": "Vestiti autem dormiant id est ad minus in una tunica et scapulari et cincti ut sint parati surgere" (Albers, "Consuet. This scapular thus appears to have been a portion of the night clothing of monks.
Francis; it measures about twenty inches in length and ten in width. To the first orders have been gradually added the second and third orders and the oblates, who receive the proper habit from the first orders.
However, the regulation which was already quoted from the new statutes of the Benedictine Oblates still remain in force.
The newer small scapulars In the course of time other orders received the faculty of blessing small scapulars and investing the faithful with them, although such scapulars were not always connected with a confraternity.
about fourteen to eighteen inches), and of such a length that it reaches not quite to the feet in front and behind. In the middle is the opening for the head, the scapular thus hanging down from two narrow connecting segments resting on the shoulders. From this developed the special monastic garment, to which a hood could be fastened at the back.