St Clement's Pro-Cathedral, El Paso, Texas

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ST CLEMENT'S PRO-CATHEDRAL

Denomination : Anglican

Arms (crest) of St Clement's Pro-Cathedral, El Paso, Texas

Official blazon

A cross gules fimbriated Or; in the first quarter azure an anchor argent, in the second quarter azure a mullet argent, and in the base barry wavy argent and azure.

Origin/meaning

The Red Cross alludes to the Episcopal Church and Anglican Roots. The Anchor is here used as a Symbol of St Clement. The Waves alludes to the Rio Grande, indication that the Pro-cathedral belongs to the Diocese of Rio Grande. Designed by Eckford De Kay. ___________________________________________________________

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Literature : Eckford De Kay: Heraldry in the Episcopal Church