Alekjds

Member since January, 2007

I'm also Alekjds on English Wikipedia. I am currently working on creating SVG images of all the diocesan coats of arms in the United States, working off of this list. I am still learning how to use Inkscape. (For my own reference: SVG Check.)

Papal coats of armsEdit

Prelatial coats of armsEdit

Other coats of armsEdit

Dioceses for which I cannot find a suitable coat of armsEdit

Low Res Coat of ArmsEdit

The following are either, too small, low resolution, lack color or have something in the background of the image:

Completed diocesan coats of armsEdit

Coat of arms Diocese Blazon
Archdiocese of Agaña
Diocese of Allentown Gules, a barrulet argent encircled at fess point by a ring or between two fleurs-de-lis argent in chief and a cross gules on a plate in base.
Diocese of Altoona–Johnstown
Archdiocese of Anchorage
Diocese of Arlington
Archdiocese of Atlanta
Archdiocese of Baltimore Quarterly azure and argent, a cross botonny thoughout of the second and gules, in dexter chief a star of the second.
Diocese of Belleville
Diocese of Boise
Archdiocese of Boston Azure, a cross fleurettee or; issuant from a base bary wavy of five, of the first and argent, a mount of three coteaux of the second.
Diocese of Brooklyn
Diocese of Buffalo
Diocese of Burlington
Diocese of Camden Sable, three Latin crosses bottom Or, debruised at base with as many elephants’ heads erased Argent; in chief a crescent of the last.
Diocese of Charleston
Diocese of Charlotte
Diocese of Cheyenne
Archdiocese of Chicago
Archdiocese of Cincinnati Or, a plow between three crosses botonny fitchy gules.
Diocese of Cleveland Per chevron sable and ermine a chevron engrailed counterchanged between three crosses crosslet.
Diocese of Colorado Springs
Diocese of Corpus Christi Gules, three ciboria or.
Archdiocese of Denver Gules, a Latin cross argent, interlaced at the conjunction a crescent of the second.
Archdiocese of Detroit
Archdiocese of Dubuque Argent, on a bend wavy azure, between two crosses-crosslet gules, three fleurs-de-lis paleways of the field.
Diocese of El Paso Azure, issuant from a border wavy two inverted piles, each surmounted by a trefoil below a star all argent; on a chief or, an anchor cable of the first.
Diocese of Erie
Diocese of Fairbanks
Diocese of Fall River
Diocese of Fresno
Archdiocese of Galveston–Houston
Diocese of Greensburg
Diocese of Harrisburg Argent, on a cross gules a shamrock of the field, on a chief sable a crescent between two roundels argent.
Archdiocese of Hartford Gules, a hart or, bearing the paschal banner proper, the staff paleways of the second and trippant over a ford barry wavy of six argent and azure.
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
Diocese of Joliet
Diocese of Juneau Per fess enarched azure and argent, a crescent of the second in the sinister chief point between, to sinister a seven points star or, to dexter the Ursa Minor constellation of the last and three wavy bars of the first in base.
Archdiocese of Kansas City in Kansas
Diocese of Kansas City-Saint Joseph
Archdiocese of Los Angeles Azure, three pairs of wings conjoined and erect, between the tips of each pair a rose, all or.
Archdiocese of Louisville
Diocese of Manchester
Diocese of Marquette
Diocese of Metuchen Quarterly or and argent, in dexter chief a tongue of fire gules; in sinister base the letter "M" azure, crowned argent; overall a cross moline azure.
Archdiocese of Miami
Archdiocese of Milwaukee
Archdiocese of Mobile
Diocese of Monterey in California
Archdiocese of New Orleans Azure, a pelican in her piety between three magnolia blossoms, two in chief and one in base all argent, on a chief gules three fleurs-de-lis in fess or.
Archdiocese of New York Argent, upon a saltire between four crosses gules a mill-sail of the field.
Archdiocese of Newark
Archdiocese of Oklahoma City
Archdiocese of Omaha Vert, a fess wavy argent; overall a cross sable.
Diocese of Orlando
Diocese of Peoria Azure, on a cross throughout and in the first quarter a mullet of eight points or, a calumet fesswise of the first between two fleurs-de-lis of the first in pale of the field.
Archdiocese of Philadelphia Argent, on a pile azure a star in chief of the field, the pile debruised by a fess sable, thereon three plates each charged with a cross gules.
Diocese of Pittsburgh Sable, a fess chequy argent and azure, in chief two crosses-pattées-arrondies or, over all in pale a sword, hilt in base, of the last.
Diocese of Portland
Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon
Diocese of Raleigh
Diocese of Rapid City
Diocese of Richmond
Diocese of Rockford
Diocese of Sacramento
Archdiocese of Saint Louis
Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis Example
Diocese of Saint Thomas
Archdiocese of San Antonio Azure, on a cross quadrate argent a Tau-cross of the field, in dexter canton a star of the second.
Diocese of San Bernardino
Diocese of San Diego
Archdiocese of San Francisco
Archdiocese of San Juan de Puerto Rico
Archdiocese of Santa Fe
Diocese of Savannah Argent on a cross gules, a rose or between four mullets azure.
Diocese of Scranton
Archdiocese of Seattle
Diocese of Sioux City
Diocese of Springfield in Illinois
Diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts
Diocese of Steubenville
Diocese of Toledo Per pale azure and gules, a tower triply-turretted, the central turret the tallest, argent, charged with a cross-humetty of the second.
Archdiocese of Washington Quarterly azure and gules, a cross bottony over all quarterly or and argent; 1, a crescent argent; 2, three mullets of six points fesswise in chief argent; 3, as many mullets of five points fesswise in chief argent; 4, a head erased affronté and winged all argent.
Diocese of Wheeling–Charleston
Diocese of Wilmington
Diocese of Worcester Azure, a cross fleuretty or; on a chief argent four torteaux per fess.
Diocese of Youngstown
Archdiocese for the Military Services