Buy a saturno now

On the site of the Roman clerical store Barbiconi you now have a chance to browse an online catalog.  Hurry to make your selections.   Know a priest who needs a cappello romano which the Romans happily call a "saturno"?  You can get one here.  Just go to the Barbiconi site.  Look on the menu on the left under Clerical Clothing -> Saturno.

Then again, there is Saturno.

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9 Responses to Buy a saturno now

  1. Fr Jerome says:

    Superb! Thank you for this most useful link! I have contacted Barbiconi and hope to purchase one soon!

  2. animadversor: I have a cloak, but not quite like that. Mine is really too heavy to use often. It is great when it is -15 degrees, however. I need a lighter one.

  3. Father Zuhlsdorf,

    You wrote: “I have a cloak, but not quite like that. Mine is really too heavy to use often. It is great when it is -15 degrees, however. I need a lighter one.”

    You need to keep your current cape for when you visit the frozen tundra of Minnesota. .

    Kathryn from MN

  4. Kathryn: That is where it is!

  5. John says:

    Barbiconi provides very good and prompt service via their online business –they replaced the ribbon for a medallion very promptly, and at no charge.

  6. Fr Jerome says:

    Barbiconi were amazing! I received an almost instant reply to my enquiry via email and now have my purchase on way to me! Thank you for this link!

  7. Fr C. Johnson says:

    Dear Fr Zuhlsdorf,
    I only discovered your excellent website today (Oct. 3rd). I greatly appreciated the link to Barbiconi, as I bought a cappello there long ago when I studied in Rome (1988-1996) and was unhappily parted from it somewhere along the line. I lived during that time on the Piccolo Aventino at the Casa Generalizia S. Norberto; and I was interested to see that you live in the centro storico not too far from S. Eustachio. Well, God bless you in your work there; I’m with the U.S. Navy, serving as a Chaplain with the Marines. I will no doubt be flying over the Eternal City (more or less) in a few months on my way to sunny Mesopotamia. In Christ, Fr C. Johnson