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Rev. James David Juliano

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 27th May 2013. Registration No. 0266 (Vol.2).

Arms: Gules, a saltire couped, crosslet Argent, cantoned with three pheons and a fleur-de-lis in base, all Or.

Crest: St. King Edward the Confessor, holding a sceptre and a ring with a precious stone, all proper.

Motto: Deo Adiuvante

Private Registrations: American College of Heraldry number 3472, 25 September 2011 and The American Heraldry Society, 2012.

 

The Arms of Rev. James David Juliano

The cross crosslet represents the four-fold mystery of the Gospel: the Incarnation, the Crucifixion, the Resurrection and the Ascension. When placed in saltire it is called the Missionary Cross or St. Julian's cross and cants the armiger's surname. The three pheons represents the armiger's three sons (Theodore, Benjamin and Henry) and alludes to Psalm 127:3-5 which describes children as God's best gift, like a quiver full of arrows. The fleur-de-lis in the base represents the armiger's daughter, Lily.

The crest of St. King Edward the Confessor was the suggestion of the armiger's son, Benjamin, and represents our love for God and England. The motto, Deo Adiuvante (With God's Help) describes how we do all things.

The armiger is also a member of The Fellowship of the White Shield and Military and Hospitaller Order of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem (AChLJ).

Arms and Knight painted by Andrew Stewart Jamieson.

 
 

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