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Take back what is yours. Reclaim your Faith, the Faith of the martyrs, the Faith of Constantine and of the Knights of Jerusalem. Rediscover the ancient symbols and traditions of the past 2000 years. This is our heritage. A heritage that connects us to the great men and women, soldiers, seers, and mystics, who have gone before.

IHS

IHS
IHS is the traditional abbreviation of the holy name of Jesus. Proclaim the name above every other name with this fresh new design.

Ave Maria

Ave Maria
"Ave Maria," Hail Mary. The words of Saint Luke have traditionally been represented by the monogram "AM." Take a look at our interprretation of this ancient symbol.

Gryphon Rampant

Gryphon Rampant
Signs, symbols, and ancient codes, rediscover one of the traditional symbols of Christ, and show your support for Gryphon Rampant as we continue to spread the Word.

Michael Archangel

Michael Archangel
The Archangel Michael, bane of the great red dragon. Binder of Satan. Prince of the heavenly hosts. "He who is in the likeness of God"

Gabriel Archangel

Gabriel Archangel
"The Power of God." One of the angels that stands before the throne of God. He is the angel of the incarnation and the destroyer of armies.

Raphael Archangel

Raphael Archangel
"The Healing Power of God." Gabriel is the victor over demons and reflects the mercy and consoling love of God.

Santo Subito

Santo Subito
In memory of a humble man that walked softly upon the face of the world and left deep prints.
John Paul the Great
Santo Subito
Now a Saint!

The Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Sacred Heart of Jesus
A cool new look for the traditional devotion to the Sacred Heart. (We have the more traditional one too.)

The Immaculate Heart of Mary

The Immaculate Heart of Mary
A companion piece to our Sacred Heart design with the same bold styling. Get them both!

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit
The Holy Ghost, 3rd person of the Trinity. He is the creative spirit that bestows gifts upon us all.

Shield of the Trinity

Shield of the Trinity
A graphic representation of the nature of the Holy Trinity, three persons, distinct from each other, but all one God, one Divinity. Adapted from an ancient design found on a 14th century stained glass

Alpha and Omega

Alpha and Omega
Christ is the beginning and the end, the first and the last. Adapted from an ancient symbol, this design combines the greek letters for alpha and omega with the cross.

The Fish Trinity

The Fish Trinity
A triqueta, a symbol of the Trinity, formed by fish, the symbol of Jesus.

Constantine's Cross

Constantine's Cross
Adapted from a design found on a stone marker, this symbol commemorates Constantine's vision of a cross in the sky, a vision that inspired him to victory in battle and a conversion to Christianity.

Star of Creation

Star of Creation
A symbol of the eternal nature of The Christ, the six points of the star represent the six days of creation; the circle, eternity; framing the iconic abbreviation of the Holy Name.

Jerusalem Cross

Jerusalem Cross
Based on the arms of the Kingdom of Jerusalem (1099-1291), this design recalls a unique period in the history of Christendom, an international Christian kingdom that flourished in the holy land.

Liturgical Year

Liturgical Year
A graphic representation of the Liturgical Year. follow the annual cycle of 12 major feasts throughout the church year. Great for home and Homeschoolers!

Fear no Evil

Fear no Evil
Evoke the words of John Paul II when he stood on the balcony and exhorted the people to "be not afraid."


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