New appointed Italo-Albanian Byzantine bishop Giorgio Demetrio Gallaro of Piana degli Albanesi have finally his personal coat of arms.
Bishop Gallaro was elected on 31 March 2015 by Pope Francis to the bishopric of the Eparchy of Piana degli Albanesi (Sicily, Italy). He was ordained on 28 June by the bishop of Lungro Donato Oliverio as principal consecrator, and the bishops Dimitrios Salachas and Nicholas James Samra as co-consecrators.
More info about bishop's crest at:
More info about bishop's crest at:
Newly created Syro-Malankara Exarchate of St. Ephrem of Khadki-Pune (India) and its bishop have finally their symbols.
Exarch Thomas Mar Anthonio of St. Ephrem of Khadki-Pune's coat of arms
The coat of arms of the newly ordained and consecrated today catholic bishop Christian Noel Emmanuel of Trimalee (Sri Lanka).
In the Coat of Arms of the new bishop we find represented a sword in the form of a Cross reflecting Christian evangelization and the shield reflecting the protection of the church against evil. The imagery of shield appearsalso as a symbol of great depth of knowledge and integrity.
The Ukrainian bishop Bohdan J. Danylo of St. Josaphat Eparchy in Parma coat of arms was redesigned.
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The Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Jbeil launches new Coat of Arms in March 2015.
http://jbeileparchy.org/ (website is under maintenance at the moment)
The Catholic Bishops Conference of Romania launches official logo!
On the occasion of World Communications Day, Sunday, May 17, Catholic Bishops Conference of Romania (CER) launches website and official logo. Made of CER Commission for Social Communications, coordinated by Pr. Francisc Ungureanu, website and logo were presented Catholic bishops of Romania in the spring session, 6-8 May, and approved by the dignitaries.
Logo of the CER talks about identity and mission of Romania Bishops Conference in a creative and dynamic. The colors - gold and brown - looks divine-human nature of the Church.
The two bishops stylized silhouettes with Latin mitre (left) and an oriental mitre (right) make reference to the character of Conference biritual. The figures stretching their arms toward each other and therefore to the cross placed in the middle, the foundation of faith and the unity of the bishops benchmark CER. Bishops unit is built around love - the faithful entrusted to their care to, and to God - and the heart that form between the two arms talks about a space of harmony, understanding, trust and respect.
However, the two figures bishops open outwards, thus expressing the Catholic Church's openness to relations with the other Churches and Religions. The way bishops are stylized figures suggest the idea of movement, dynamism, referring to the fact that the Church is always alive and in action. Everything is built in the shape of a circle, which expresses episcopal collegiality and the unity of the local Church.
The Communion of International Catholic Communities launches new emblem!
The Polish Episcopal Conference launches new logo!
New coat of arms of Archbishop Prokopios (Kanavas) of Adelaide of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church -Abroad.
Archbishop's coat of arms
Eparchy of Ivano-Frankivsk of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Moscow Patriarchate launches own coat of arms-styled emblem.
http://ivano-frankivsk.church.ua/ - official website
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Elblag, Poland, launches new coat of arms on 15 Oct 2015.
new coat of arms
old coat of arms
The coat of arms of newly consecrated (on 31 Oct 2015) Roman Catholic bishop David B. Tencer O.F.M. of Reykjavik, Iceland.