I noticed this news update on St. Charles Borromeo’s seminary website : Cassock Day!
I never knew that modern seminaries (i.e. not traditionalist ones) have a reception of the cassock ceremony. It is good when they bring back these old traditional customs and habits - it makes the seminarians remember that they are clerics, and therefore should be more vigilant about where they go, what they do. It is also a sacramental. Clergy shirts just don’t look very roman
Are there any other modern seminaries, where the seminarians wear the cassock around the seminary and church and in public?