Pope to impose Pallium on metropolitan archbishops
June 28, 2013. (Romereports.com) During the Feast Day of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Church celebrates the pallium ceremony. That’s when Pope Francis will impose a wool made garment on metropolitan archbishops from all over the world, who were named in the past year.
On the list are 35 archbishops. Among them are the heads of major dioceses like Lisbon, in Portugal, San Francisco, Delhi, India, Monterrey, Mexico. There’s also the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Mario Aurelio Poli, who takes over the post held by Cardinal Bergoglio, before being elected Pope.
The ceremony will be held in St. Peter’s Basilica on June 29th. At this point, 34 of the 35 archbishops will attend the ceremony. The Archbishop of Hue, Vietnam, will not be able to travel to Rome.