St. James the Less - Lectern Frontal LF869
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
James The Less, Apostle.
He is celebrated with St Philip the Apostle on
their Feast Day of May 3rd.
Called 'the Less or Lesser' to distinguish him from
fellow Apostle James the Great, possibly indicating he was younger or shorter
than the latter.
Traditionally identified, although some scholars
disagree, as James the Son of Alpheus also 'brother of the Lord' and
Bishop of Jerusalem. He also wrote the epistle of James. Legend says he was martyred
by being stoned then clubbed to death.
Will it fit my lectern?
Frontals come with cord locks that enable you to adjust the hanging
height and width for most free-standing lecterns. Frontals hang below and tie
around the lectern’s front projection. If you are unsure whether our frontals will
fit your lectern, please contact us and we will advise you.
Important, please check before ordering:
The sloping book rest should have a front projection of at least 5cm.
Fabric, materials and production:
- 100% Polyester (natural-feel
- Fade resistant printing.
- Includes wood rods (top and
bottom) and end caps and gold effect draw cord and cord locks.
- Fire retardant: BS5867/Type
- A sample of the material can
be supplied upon request.
Allow 10–14 days from date of order.
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