A few more… from the Solemn Mass I celebrated with the gracious participation of Deacon and Subdeacon…
The celebrant begins in a red cope and the other ministers are in red dalmatic and tunic. After the procession and final prayer after the procession, we change into violet for the rest of the Mass. For the Passion, we removed our outer vestments and used stoles.
Note how the palms are fanned.
Here is shot from Ss. Trinità dei Pelegrini in Rome.
The Deacon is wearing an odd contraption called a “Broad Stole”, seldom seen. Also, the Subdeacon seems to be wearing a “Folded Chasuble”. Since these pretty much went out of business around the time of John XXIII, I wonder if they didn’t use the pre-1955 rite for Palm Sunday.
Meanwhile, take a gander at those spiffy woven palms they go to carry! Someone who loves worked hard on those. And there’s that Folded Chasuble, which looks like it has been cut in half through the front part.