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The Zucchetto is the silk yarmulka-like skullcap worn by bishops. The Pope's zucchetto is white; the cardinals' zucchetti are scarlet; the bishops' zucchetti are violet. Priests may use a black cloth zucchetto for everyday wear, but not during the liturgy
The biretta is a tri-cornered or square-shaped hat with silk trim, tuft (except for the birette of seminarians and cardinals) and three raised wings, called "horns," on top at three corners (the side of the hat without the horn is worn on the left side of the head). It is made of scarlet silk for cardinals, violet silk for bishops, and black merlino for priests, deacons, and seminarians
Cappa magna (Latin: great cape) A cope or robe worn by cardinals and bishops on occasions of ceremony, which may be described as a glorified cappa choralis. Its color for cardinals is ordinarily red, and for bishops violet. It has a long train, requiring a train-bearer, and a large hood, of fur in winter and of silk in summer. Canons and specially privileged prelates also wear the cappa magna, but folded and curtailed to signify an inferior dignity.
Amice (Latin: amictus, garment)
Short linen vestment, square or oblong in shape, worn beneath the alb to cover the shoulders of the priest while celebrating Mass. When putting it on he touches the head with it, saying: "Put on my head, O Lord, the helmet of salvation, in order to repel the assaults of the devil."
[girdle; cincture] A priestly vestment generally made of white linen, but sometimes of silk, wool, or cotton and of the color of the day, tied around the waist to confine the alb, worn at Mass. It symbolizes chastity. Wrapping it about the alb the priest prays: "Bind me, O Lord, with the cincture of purity and chastity." As a cord, or often as a broad sash, it is included in almost every form of religious or ecclesiastical costume.
[episcopal gloves] Worn by bishops and some privileged prelates at a solemn Pontifical Mass. Their color varies with the day. They signify being clothed with, acting in the name of, reliance on the merits of, Christ.
Mitres. A folding cap of linen, silk, or cloth of gold, often ornamented, consisting of two parts, stiffened and peaked, sewed together on the sides and united above by a strip of folding cloth, having two fringed lappets hanging down the back, worn by the pope, bishops, and cardinals at solemn liturgical functions. It was first worn in Rome about the middle of the tenth century and its use became a general custom among bishops, 1100-1150. It is derived from a cone-shaped head-covering distinctive of the pope. It is frequently used in art to indicate that a subject is or was a bishop, or had other connection to the office.
Close up altar
side altar... this is where the bishops prays the preparatory and thanksgiving prayers...
His Excellency is being helped donning his regalia
Acccording to Bishop Tobias... this is secong pontiafical solemn high mass, his first was in Versailles, France... (SSPX)
Then other ministers are donning their vestments... the assisting ministers are the Friars of the Immaculate (an international congregation founded by Fr Stefanno Manelli)
His Excellency wears the cappa magna.... I ask the sisters who made it... it was made from silk fabric... actually we had a hard time donning this cappa...
Faldstool supposed to bo used by Bishop, instead of a Throne
Filipina: Misa Pontikal H.E. Antonio R Tobias, Uskup Novaliches
Nex: The mass (...bersambung)