following are examples of some of the sacred vestments used at the
liturgy within the Imperial Roman Church.
Left: Cleric in cassock and
surplice. Used by the Gallo-Russo-Byzantine, Anglo-Roman, and
Right: Deacon, of the
Gallo-Russo-Byzantine, Anglo-Roman, and Gallo-Roman Rites.
Left: Priest in vestments to
serve as a Sacred Minister in the Divine Liturgy of the
Right: Priest in vestments
to serve as the Celebrant of either the Anglo-Roman or Gallo-Roman Rite.
Left: Priest of
the Gallo-Russo-Byzantine Rite in vestments to serve at the
altar (not as Sacred Minister) during the Divine Liturgy.
Archbishop of the Gallo-Russo-Byzantine Rite in liturgical dress. A
bishop is identical without the pallium. All bishops use the gold
omophore , fanon, and the pianeta (shaped like a dalmatic) under the
cope. Bishops also under certain circumstances may use the simplex
pontifical liturgical vestments, which does not use the fanon or
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