AND FLAG OF THE ANGLICAN PATRIARCHATE
& THE IMPERIAL ROMAN CHURCH
papal insignia of the Imperial Roman Church, Gallo-Russo-Byzantine
Catholicate, and the Anglican Patriarchate of Rome consists of a
crossed key representing St. Peter and Saint Stephen with a sword
representing St. Paul and St. Mark. Keys of the traditional emblem of
St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles. Although a palm is more commonly
used to represent Saint Stephen, the key is used in this case because
the See of Saint Stephen is the Coadjutorship of Rome was successor to
Pope Saint Leo X. The sword is the traditional symbol of St. Paul, also
representing Rome. The sword is also one of the common symbols of St.
Mark the Evangelist, representing the Anglo-Roman Province of Aquileia
that is the Metropolitan See of the Anglo-Roman Papa. Together these
symbols represent the spiritual and temporal sovereignty of the Holy
Church. Over the key and sword is the tiara, the symbol of papal
authority exercised by the Archfather over the jurisdiction of the
OF THE COURT
OF ST. MARY OF WALSINGHAM
insignia consists of a crossed key of St. Peter and Saint Stephen and the sword of St. Paul and St.
Mark, the symbols of spiritual and temporal sovereignty, 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, representing the Major Patriarchal Basilica of Santa Maria
Antiqua, and the umbraculum, a symbol of papal authority exercised by
the Archfather over the jurisdiction of the Anglican Patriarcahte of Rome.
OF THE STATO PONTIFICIO & PATRIARCHATE
civil flag and the imperial flag of the Pontifical Roman State may
be used by all the clergy, faithful, and offices of the Patriarchate.
The imperial flag is a flag of union and confederation, representing
all states, cultures, ethnicities, and spiritual jurisdictions within
the Stato Pontificio Romano. The civil flag consists of the historic
Roman and pontifical flag, two horizontal bands of red and yellow, with
the Florentine-Roman papal insignia on the red half.
Imperial Flag of the Stato Pontificio Romano
the Pontifical Roman States
Flag of the Patriarchate
by the Walsingham Guard)
of the Patriarchate
by the Walsingham Naval Guard)
Pennant of the Archfather
on automobiles and in other similar circumstances
place of the personal standard.)
Banner of Christus Omnipotens
(When flown or carried, it precedes all
other flags. It may be used by official
jurisdictional entities of the Stato Pontificio Romano.
flags used within the Patriarchate, please see here.
Use of the Insignia
Heraldry of the Patriarchal See