Diocese of Dallas, Texas

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DIOCESE OF DALLAS

Country : United States
Denomination : Anglican
Established : 1875 as the Missionary District of Northern Texas, become the Diocese of Dallas in 1895.
See city : Dallas

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Dallas, Texas

Official blazon

Gules, within an escutcheon of the same upon a cross or, a lion passant of the second having his dexter forepaw upon a fleur-de-lis, in the dexter chief a five-pointed star, and in the sinister chief crossed keys or.

Origin/meaning

The Star symbolizes Texas, the Keys of St Peter stand for the episcopal office. the Lion and fleur-de-lis comes from the Arms of Rt.Rev. Alexander Charles Garret, First Bishop of Dallas (1895-1924).

Arms of Bishops of Dallas


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Literature : Eckford De Kay: Heraldry in the Episcopal Church