Talk:Catholic Choir dress

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Choir dress is worn by the Catholic clergy when they are not celebrating Mass. Usuallly this is a rochet trimmed with lace. Cardinals wear red, bishops purple, and canons black. There are local differences.

Wrong. Rochets are worn by prelates. Lower ranks wear the surplice. Choir dress is worn only attending, but not celebrating, liturgical rites.

Bishop' choir cassocks are AMARANTH, not purple. Purple is used for the choir cassock of a protonotary.

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