Territorial Abbey of Saint Peter-Muenster

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TERRITORIAL ABBEY OF SAINT PETER-MUENSTER (Abbatia Territorialis Sancti Petri apud Muenste)

Country : Canada
Denomination : Roman Catholic

Established : 1903 as St. Peter's Priory Promoted 1911 to St. Peter's Abbey
Elevated 1921 to Territorial Abbey of Saint Peter-Muenster
Suppressed as Territorial Abbey in 1998 and renamed as St. Peter's Abbey

Arms (crest) of Territorial Abbey of Saint Peter-Muenster

Official blazon

Azure, on a fess argent, three crosses moline sable, in chief a key placed fesswise ward to dexter and in base another, ward to sinister, both or; a chief parted per pale or and vert, in dexter: a lion passant guardant gules, in sinister vert, three grabs in fess or.

Origin/meaning

The arms were designed in 1961 by Dom William Wilfried Bayne, OSB.

We have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

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