The Pope, the cardinals, bishops and other prelates, as well as clergymen (abbots, provincials, ...) wear their pectoral cross on top of their choir cassocks. The cord holding the cross in place is woven with golden string. Its colour is indicative of the rank, status and affiliation. There are also parishes where the altar servers wear a medallion with a depiction of the parish's patron saint, Holy Mary or a little cross held by a single coloured cord (which will match the robe in colour).
A noose of cord is attached to a tassel. The two parallel cords are bound together by locking devices. One of these devices is situated almost directly above the hook holding the pectoral cross at the front. The second one is below the throat, the third one in the neck. The tassel hangs down at the back.
Used by Bishops, Cardinals & Abbots etc. of the Roman Catholic church etc to fix their pectoral cross. Worn on top of the choir dress.
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