The Coat of Arms of Bishop Faure
In the centre is the Lamb of the Apocalypse, the Alpha and the Omega, the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world, announced by Isaiah. The hearts recall the Vendeé martyrs of the revolution and the Fleur de Lys is the emblem of Catholic France. The motto, “ipsa cónteret” (“she shall crush”) is taken from the Vulgate, Genesis 3,15 where God prom- ises the victory of the Virgin Mary over the dragon.
(explanation taken from “Exclusive Interview with Fr. Faure” with “Non Possumus” March 18, 2015)
If any reader would like to produce a similar activity for the coats of arms of Bishop Williamson, Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop Castro de Mayer, please send it to us and we will be happy to post it.
Pax et Bonum
Sister Constance TOSF