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A Corpus Christi procession in Korčula, a city located on the island of the same name in the southern part of Dalmatia, …

Snowball fight

Roman clerics during the snowball fight held on St. Peter’s Square in the winter of 1958. As one may recognise from the …

Princely wedding

A photo from the wedding of Henri d’Orléans, considered a Prince of France by the Orléanists, and duchess Maria Teresa of Württemberg …

At St. Nicholas

Corpus Christi procession from the church of St. Nicholas du Chardonnet, occupied by the Priestly Fraternity of St. Pius X, on the …

College of St. Joseph

Members of the children’s choir of the College of St. Joseph at the cathedral of Cuenca, Spain. The choir was created in …


Altar boys from the parish of St. Cross in Kielce together with priests, 1958 [photo courtesy of the website Ministranci Salezjanie Kielce].


We don’t know who, but we do know where – Rome, Piazza di Spagna, December 9, 1964 – the picture is adorable.


Rome, St. Peter’s Square, the 20’s of the 20th.


Fr. Gilles Wach, the superior of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, along with an altar server in the church of Our …

¡Hala Madrid!

Seminarians from the Madrid Conciliary Seminary during a football game, 1959.


The altar servers and the priests of the church of St. Joseph in Troy, New York.


Corpus Christi in Oñati, the Basque Country, Spain.

In Rome

In the foreground, in the white habit girded with a belt in the same colour and in the unbuttoned mozzetta with a hood, …

In Buenos Aires

Altar boys in mozzettas with furry hem pose for a photo with the papal legate, cardinal Pacelli, after the procession with the …


Photo unsigned, origin unknown, but the outfit of this altar boy is noteworthy, not only because of the white cassock, but primarily …


Togo, the city of Lomé. Barefoot, but in cassocks :)


Boys from a minor seminary on the streets of Medellín, Colombia, late 40’s of 20th century.


Rafael Hernández Herrera (dressed like a priest) and Salvador Garrigues Hernández [the source of the photo and description].