Ven. Fulton J. Sheen possessed biritual faculties and knew how to celebrate (and celebrated) the Greek Divine Liturgy. This is his omophorion, the distinctive bishop’s liturgical garment in the Greek tradition, from the museum dedicated to him in Peoria, IL.
Because my wife is an organist, and thus works on Sunday mornings, it’s not often we get to go to Divine Liturgy at Immaculate Conception Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church when we are visiting my parents. This makes my kids sad, because they love the extra pageantry and awesomeness of the Byzantine liturgy. Fortunately, my wife found a sub for our last trip, and we were able to go. I snagged this shot before we had to go home.