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Abp. van de Wetering

Henricus van de Wetering, the archbishop of Utrecht, in the summer cappa magna tied up in the front.

Card. Mercier

Desiré-Félicien-François-Joseph cardinal Mercier, the archbishop of Mechelen.

Card. Spellman

Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman, the archbishop of New York, in abito piano.

Abp. Spellman

Francis Spellman, the Archbishop of New York, in the winter cappa magna with Canadian military chaplain.

Card. Mooney

Edward Cardinal Mooney, the archbishop of Detroit, in the winter cappa magna.

Card. Lepicier

Alexius Cardinal Lepicier as the papal legate to Paris ceremonies related to St. Joan of Arc.

Card. Moran

Patrick Cardinal Moran, the archbishop of Sydney, in a choir cassock with a spread train. He was the first priest serving in …

Pontifical Mass

The choir cassock with train ♥ The spread train, like the pallium, was a sign of the jurisdiction over a specific territory.

Procession

Bishop Richard Collins in a cassock with a spread train during the procession before the Mass he celebrated after the consecration of …

Spanish sun

Formerly, as we have already mentioned, the galero parasole was designed for protection against sunbeams. In this picture we may see how …

Card. Wyszyński about pompons

On Palm Sunday, which today is the first homage to Christ the King, the Holy Church sings: “And stripping him, they put …

Card. Stritch

Archbishop of Chicago, Samuel Cardinal Stritch in the winter cappa magna. Pompon in colour.

Inculturation

Cardinal Rugambwa shows what inculturation should look like. However, he incorrectly has two train-bearers.

College of Cardinals

Cardinals from left to right: 1. Chiarlo2. Cento3. Fietta4. Giobbe5. Urbani6. Montini7. Ciriaci8. Agagianian9. Copello10. Tappouni11. Cicognani, G.12. Mimmi13. Masella14. Pizzardo15. Micara16. …

Magyarország ♥

The Prince Primate of Hungary, Card. Serédi O.S.B. in a cappa magna of moire silk decorated with ermine with tails.

Cappas

Cardinal D’Alton, the archibishop of Armagh, the Primate of whole Ireland in a cappa magna of silk. The Canon pontificalis is probably …

Cauda ♥

Cauda, which may by translated as “a tail” :) The photo taken at the tailor shop Tanfani & Bertarelli.

Homage

The second homage paid to the new pope in the Sistine Chapel. Cardinals in cappa magna are followed by train-beares in mantellone. …

Kard. Ritter

Joseph cardinal Ritter, the archbishop of Indianapolis, Assistant at the Pontifical Throne.