April 14, 2015

Pedagogical Exhibition at Quinta School, Santiago de Chile

Héctor Landskron, Profesor de Religión y Fotógrafo in Santiago de Chile sent me the following pictures of his exhibition:
 







 
Very happy to see young children got teached about Catholic vestments.

April 13, 2015

Biretta Sights from Tiburon, California

An esteemed reader of my blog, Mr. D.F. of Tiburon, California, US, followed my 2 instructions:
 
 
and
 
 
 and sent the following 2 pictures of his fantastic work to me.
 
My congratulations!
 

 

April 10, 2015

Exhibtion in Chile during Summer School


Exhibition in "Escuela del Decanato Puente Alto Norte de la Zona del Maipo" and "Vicaría Centro (Colegio Filipenses)" in Santiago de Chile
 
More information here.








Archbishop Ricardo Cardinal Ezzati of Santiago de Chile appreciates the important work of Héctor Landskron, Profesor de Religión y Fotógrafo, for his important support of this extraordinary exhibition.

Zucchetto and Biretta Worn by the Patriarch of the Catholic Apostolic Church of Jerusalem

His Sacred Beatitude and Eminenence Emeritus Patriarch Isaac L. Kramer


Blue zucchetto with white lining
 


Blue biretta with white pompon

He seems to have chosen episcopal blue as his colour, rather like 18th century bishops in Europe. 
Maybe the white pom is to reflect his patriarchal status?

September 16, 2014

Biretta of Cardinal Benedict Blommaerts

In March 2011 June I published the article:


showing a picture of a Norbertine with a very tall white biretta.

Portrait of Cardinal Benedict Blommaerts (I don't think he was a cardinal?)
half-length turned to the left, facing towards the viewer; wearing a biretta, mozzetta and a rochet in his hands he holds a necklace with cross; after Jacobus van Reesbroeck; 1635-1704 (c.)
  


Very tall cardinal's biretta



April 18, 2014

The Monumental Significance of Christian Head Coverings


Abuna Salomon
Ethiopian Orthodox Monk living in Jerusalem

If you watch the film "Hats of Jerusalem", directed by Nati Adler,
at 18:23 minutes, Abuna Salomon is interviewed about his head covering,
a purple qob (he mention it as "the crown"):


"You mean about the crown?
This crown's origin, the one who started was Jesus Christ.
During the crucifixion of Jesus Christ he had a thorn crown.
That means for us monks, we are his followers.
When we wear this crown, that means,
at the same time, we feel your pain.
We are under you.
You are our real God.
You are the son of God and we follow your rule."


Abuna Salomon, a simple monk living in Jerusalem,
explained in simple words why Christian clergy should wear a head covering!
To remember Jesus Christ's pain.

"I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me."
Galatians 2:20
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