[quote="JReducation, post:12, topic:350821"]
I don't know how Google organizes them. Can't help you with Google. Sorry.
The Roman Cassock is cut like a coat. It's circumference at the hem is is narrow. The Jesuit cassock looks like the coat worn by Nero in the Matrix. It fits like a coat at the top and has a very large circumference at the bottom. Often, it does not have buttons below the waist. These seem to depend on the province.
If you observe closely, Pope Emeritus wears a Roman cassock and Pope Francis wears a Jesuit cassock.
The Oratorian cassock has a collar like a shirt collar.
The French cassock has a collar with a rabbat, like St. John Vianney, St. John Baptist de La Salle or the Christian Brothers.
Can anyone post pictures of what these different cassocks look like? Thank you, and all clergy should wear clerical garb IMHO, including (perhaps especially, and always when doing parish work) permanent deacons. :thumbsup: