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Yesterday, at a restaurant in Rome, at the table next to mine, there were seated four people: a Catholic priest (in a kind of cassock), two lay people, and the woman in the photo, who apparently wears some kind of religious uniform (as well as a crucifix on a chain) that I couldn't recognise.

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Does anyone know which uniform is this?

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    It looks like a Camillians novice or some similar order that takes care of sick or poor.
    – Grasper
    Jul 10 '17 at 12:40
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    What, that isn't what the pizza chefs in Rome are wearing these days? Jul 13 '17 at 17:27
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    Never seen a religious habit with short sleeves. Could be wrong, but this looks like a student studying in a private Catholic School, wearing a school uniform. Most religious do not go out for lunch or dinner. Diocesan priests do all the time! Female religious do not ware earrings.
    – Ken Graham
    Apr 28 '21 at 20:51
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She could be of the Order of the Camillians, who takes care of the sick and dying, or she could simply be an altar server after a matyr celebration or Palm Sunday (the red belt).

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