The Court of Saint Mary of Walsingham, also known as the Patriarchal and Royal Florentine Household, is the pontifical court in the Anglican Patriarchate (See of St. Stephen, Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church). Its name is derived as a combination of two titles pertaining to Our Lady, Santa Maria Antiqua and Our Lady of Walsingham, the Patroness of English-speaking Catholics and the medieval Patroness of England. Our Lady of Walsingham is also the Patroness of the Patriarchal Household, and for this reason, her sceptre of three lilies is seen in the insignia of the Court of St. Mary of Walsingham.

Habits of the Curia and Court >

Heraldry of the Pontifical Court and Patriarchate >

Legion of the Eagle of Christ >

Grand Cordon of the Three Supreme Orders >

Grand Cordon of the Two Supreme Orders >

Royal Order of St. Stephen >

Sacred Order of Mary Immaculate >

Florentine Service Order >

Order of Merit of St. Stephen and Our Lady of Walsingham >

Patriarchal Confraternity of the
Imperial Teutonic Order of the Hospital of St. Mary of Jerusalem >

P.R. Florentine Family Order >

Patriarchal Service Cross>


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