Miter: Until the 10th century Popes uses a gold band that was tightened to the head, however today, the bishops use during solemn acts a mitra, a CAP that has spikes on the top and two strips hanging on the back.
Crosier: It is the most ancient emblem of command for a Bishop, proclaims the father, the judge and the pastor.
Alba: a wide tunic that completely covers the Pontiff from head to toe and is fastened at the waist with a girdle, which represents the purity of heart.
Chasuble: It is the dress used by the Popes over the other garments, symbolizes the love that Jesus taught us in the Gospel. The chasuble has different colors, and each has a symbology.
Colors and their symbolism
White: Represents the feasts and solemnities.
Green: It is commonly used.
Red: Represents the commemoration of the martyrs and it is used in special masses of the Saints.
Purple: Used for Holy week and lent, as well as masses for the deceased