Today we celebrate the Patron Saint of England and the patron of Anglicanism. St. George’s flag with a red cross on a white background features in the symbols of each of the various Anglican jurisdictions (national churches and dioceses) and since Pastoral Provision days has graced the arms of the Anglican Use movement,
which is carried forward in the Ordinariates. The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society (successor of the Anglican Use Society) is proud to keep these arms alive alongside its Canterbury Cross logo:
I would also like to see the Ordinariates use the St. George’s flag embellished with their coats of arms, as the Anglican dioceses do:
Happy St. George’s day to everyone!