INSIGNIA AND FLAG OF THE ANGLICAN PATRIARCHATE

The Insignia of the Anglican Patriarchate consists of a crossed key of St. Peter and sword of St. Mark, the symbols of spiritual and temporal sovereignty present also in the Patriarchal arms, joined together with the pallium. Over the key and sword is the tiara, the symbol of papal authority exercised by the Archfather over the jurisdiction of the Anglican Patriarcahte.

 

INSIGNIA OF THE COURT OF ST. MARY OF WALSINGHAM

The insignia consists of a crossed key of St. Peter and sword of St. Mark, the symbols of spiritual and temporal sovereignty present also in the Patriarchal arms, joined together with the pallium. Along both the key and sword is a sceptre of three lilies, the symbol of Our Lady of Walsingham, the Patroness of the Patriarchal Household (Court of Saint Mary of Walsingham). Over all this is the cardinalatial galero and the umbraculum, a symbol of papal authority exercised by the Archfather over the jurisdiction of the Anglican Patriarcahte.

 

FLAG OF THE PATRIARCHATE

The civil flag of the Patriarchate may be used by all the clergy, faithful, and offices of the Patriarchate. It consists of the historic Roman and pontifical flag, two horizontal bands of red and yellow, with the Anglo-Catholic papal insignia on the red half.


Flag of the Patriarchate


Military Flag of the Patriarchate
(Used by the Walsingham Guard)


Naval Ensign of the Patriarchate
(Used by the Walsingham Naval Guard)


Pennant of the Archfather
(Used on automobiles and in other similar circumstances
in place of the personal standard.)


For additional flags used within the Patriarchate, please see here.

 

Use of the Insignia
Heraldry of the Patriarchal See

 

 

 

 

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