Some articles on rason:
... The parts of the Eastern Orthodox habit are Inner Rason (Greek Έσώρασον, Esórason Slavonic Podryásnik) The inner rason (cassock) is the innermost garment ... The inner rason is the basic garment, and is worn at all times, even when working ... The inner rason is also worn by chanters, readers, and the married clergy ...
Famous quotes containing the word outer:
“No one knows better than children how much they need the authority that protects, that sets the outer limits of behavior with known and prescribed consequences. As one little boy expressed it to his mother, You care what I do.”
—Leontine Young (20th century)