*I am Catholic so there is not confusion*
I attended a charity event last night in which the Archbishop spoke. He was wearing a long black cloak with a smaller jacket type wrap around his shoulder. I think there was dark pink or red with a beanie on his head.
During his speech he said something about the many different clothes.
Does anyone know what the reasons are for what he wears? I know during Mass he has a stick and white robe with a hat. He takes off his hat during Mass and there is the beanie again
Asked by Anonymous at 10:37 AM on Sep. 27, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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