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Liturgical Question Box06-08-2017Fr. Will Schmid
Father Will answers some common questions about the Liturgy in the first of many articles in this new series.
What’s up with the funny looking hat you wear on special occasions?
It’s called a “biretta” and its origin dates back to the Middle Ages. It was originally used as an academic cap, but eventually made its way into liturgical use during the Renaissance. Since the 1960’s in the United Sates, it has fallen out of fashion and is rarely seen in Catholic liturgies in America. Yet, contrary to popular belief, its liturgical use was never abolished.READ MORE
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