tradition of Tradition wins out

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Good news! We PIB alumni have just received a communication which sported the image above. Thus, we have returned to the Coat of Arms of the Pontifical Biblical Institute, the Sacred Eucharistic Heart of the Cherubic Fiery Sword Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the Alpha and Omega, the Eternally Enduring Incarnate Word of the Inspired Words of God. The Keys binding and loosing according to the truth of the revelation of the heavens, the authority of the Supreme Magisterium with aspects of all that which is prophetic, priestly and of fatherly governance. I love it. After all, Jesus is the One. He’s the only One.

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4 responses to “tradition of Tradition wins out

  1. Gina Nakagawa

    This is stunningly beautiful and supremely meaningful. What a great Coat of Arms this is. God bless you and your congregation, Father.

  2. elizdelphi

    It’s beautiful!

  3. Aussie Mum

    Father, is the scroll with keys behind and “PIB” above (pictured at https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontifical_Biblical_Institute ) what temporarily replaced the coat of arms you have shown here? If so, it’s especially good that the more meaningful original is back yet somewhat surpising given that the Jesuits are in charge of that institute. Cardinal Bea ran it from 1930-49. Is that when the original coat of arms was dropped or did it happen later? Thinking over these things has reminded me to also ask about your novel. Will you be putting up more chapters soon?

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