A custom is a usage or a practice and as we all know, many usages and practices went out the door with the sixties.
In the old days in Rome one could always see in the back of most every church sizeable portraits of both the pope and his cardinal vicar of Rome (or the titular cardinal).
Today, if seen, these framed photo portraits are most often seen in sacristies.
But FSSP in Urbe has a lovely (genuine oil on canvas) portrait of the B16 and it hangs from their choir loft.
This magnificent painting was commissioned by beloved parishioner, Maurizio, and was painted by the famed Andrei Dubinin of White Russia.
If anyone would like to commission a similar portrait for their parish church or school contact this fine Catholic artist, Henry Wingate: http://henrywingate.com/ .