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Citations are based on reference standards. Prelates by law equal to diocesan Bishops, even if they lack the episcopal dignity, can wear the same dress as Bishops.
The choir dress of the Bishop, whether in or outside his diocese, consists of: However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. For choir dress, they wear the surplice over the cassock. Crux pectoralis catella sustentatur. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.
Over this dress may be worn a suitable black cloak, to which can be added a shoulder-cape. Please enter your name. In line with the renewal ordered by the Second Vatican Councila fully revised edition in a single volume was issued by Pope John Paul II inreplacing the earlier editions.
The revision aimed at securing cseremoniale episcopal liturgy that was “simple, and at the same time noble, fully effective pastorally, and capable of serving as an example for all other liturgical celebrations.
The common dress, or that of daily use, can be the black cassock, not trimmed in purple. Latin View all editions and formats. Pope Innocent X issued a revised edition in Calcei sint usuales, nigri coloris, sine fibulis.
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Remember me on this computer. InPope Benedict XIV revised slightly the two preexisting books and added a third on ceremonies to be observed by those holding civil office in the Papal States. The dress described above is used by the Bishop whenever he goes publicly to a church or leaves from it, when he is present for a liturgical or sacred action but does not preside, and in other cases foreseen in this Ceremonial. The black plush hat, when warranted, can be adorned with green cords and tassels.
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