In the last picture: We see again the Miter+crozier+choir dress combo. Can anyone explain in what instance is this combination allowed?
Great pictures! Thank God that Per Instructionem (http://catholicsites.org/clericaldress/perinstructionem.html) was mislaid by these canons!
"Ut sive sollicite" and "Per Instructionem": Two documents that never should have been written.
The Spanish birettas with the green tufts/tassles (which?) are COOL. I want one.
Peter said... The Spanish birettas with the green tufts/tassles (which?) are COOL. I want one.Sorry, but I suppose that the only way is by becoming canon of some Spanish chapter (not all) or archpriest in some Spanish archpriestry.
What is the coloured red/violet thing around the neck of the Spanish canons?
You mean that part that covers the chest? That is part of their canons-cappa.
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