This design features a cross shaped like a shepherd's crook, wrapped with a deacon's stole. It is intended for diaconate ordinations. The background is a printed pattern, but the paper seen inside and on the back is white.
… and they chose Stephen, a man full of faith and the Holy Spirit, together with Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Timon, Parmenas, and Nicolaus, a proselyte of Antioch. They had these men stand before the apostles, who prayed and laid their hands on them." It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
This design features a stained glass image of commissioning of seven deacons. It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
A black equilateral cross draped with a red deacon's stole. The Holy Spirit symbol is in the upper left quadrant and a gospel book in the righ; a bowl and towel can be seen at the lower right.
Line drawing of Jesus washing the feet of St. Peter. The drawing is in dark green ink and is appropriate for ordinations for deacons.
This design features the detail of an Icon of Christ washing Peter's feet. It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
<p>This design features a red cross and book with gold chalice and paten.</p>
A red cross surrounded by symbols of the four Evangelists in royal blue in each quadrant of the cross.
This design features an Icon of Christ washing the feet of the disciples. It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
A Benedictine cross in red with a thin gold cross overlay. Appropriate for diaconate or priesthood ordinations.
This design features a gold-accented Celtic Cross.
This design features a chalice, gospel book and stole. This design would be appropriate for a deacon ordination or priest ordination.
This design features a stole, gospel book and palm frond. It is intended for deacon ordinations.
Line drawing of Jesus washing the feet of St. Peter. The drawing is in dark sepia ink and is appropriate for ordinations for deacons.
Green Celtic knotwork cross outlined with a fine line of gold ink. Appropriate for diaconate or priesthood ordination.
A pen and ink drawing of the parable of the sower (Mt 13:2-23) in sepia ink.
This design is the Jerusalem Cross, a large square cross with serifed ends, with four smaller crosses around it.
A deacon vested in a red dalmatic kneels, holding a chalice in one hand and a censer in the other.
This design features the bishop's imposed hands above a gospel book in red with the symbols for the four Evangelists on the cover and a green stole behind. It is intended for deacon ordinations.
A tonsured deacon in a red dalmatic holds a chalice in one hand and a censer in the other. The words "Arctius altari coniuctus" ("Bound more closely to the altar") are above with a red start capital letter.