For 233 years the atelier of Arte/Grossé has been gracing the sacred spaces of churches across continental Europe with exquisite liturgical creations worthy of the rich, historical traditions that past entails.  Blending the highest quality European fabrics and handcrafted tailoring with personalized service, Arte/Grossé has established a well-earned reputation for creations of surpassing beauty and quality.

Since 2001, the creations of our professionally trained and certified artisans have been available to our North American customers and we have earned a reputation for being a liturgical leader by blending our “old world” traditions with the modern technologies available in our industry today.

In 2005, Arte/Grossé acquired Renaissance Design, a leading North American liturgical design studio to increase the depth and scope of the atelier’s offerings.  The fusion of the design styles created by this venture has resulted in inspirational works worthy of any sacred space.

With the demise in 2010 of the world renowned Stadelmaier company, Arte/Grossé acquired the rights to some of the best recognized liturgical designs in the industry that we have incorporated under the name Kreation Kevelaer.

Most recently, Arte/Grossé has expanded its network of collections to include one of the oldest French names in liturgical design, the Houssard company of Normandy.   This collection of designs is shown in its own catalogue under the name Arte/Houssard and is available from your local church supply store.

In recognition of the quality of its design and execution and in collaboration with Baker Liturgical Art, Arte/Grossé was honoured to be selected to produce vestments for Pope Francis for use during his recent visit to the United States.  These Papal vestments can be viewed within the following pages of this catalogue and can be created in all liturgical colours to suit your needs.

Creations viewed in this catalogue or on our website at can be ordered through our network of selected dealers.  We ask you to peruse our collections and discover for yourself why Arte/Grossé has been such a recognized name in liturgical design for 233 years

Arte/Grossé, since 1783!