A red cross stands at the center of a series of gold crosses. The text "I am in your midst as one who serves you" is in red lettering beneath the crosses.
This design features a red cross and book with gold chalice and paten.
A red cross surrounded by symbols of the four Evangelists in royal blue in each quadrant of the cross.
A printed reproduction of a stained glass image of Christ the High Priest dressed in red vestments and holding the Eucharistic Host in one hand and the Chalice in the other. The symbol of the Pious Pelican (the mother feeding her young with blood from wounds on her breast) is as the beneath…
…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 yellow Chi-Rho, wheat, and a grapevine with grapes.
A cross/Chi Rho in blue surrounded by a grape vine with a cluster of purple grapes above a gold chalice. The text "You Are A Priest Forever" is beneath the image in blue.
This design features our icon of Christ the Good Shepherd. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood. Related Products: CA8056 CB1509 PCQ503 Q03
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This design is the Jerusalem Cross, a large square cross with serifed ends, with four smaller crosses around it.
This design features an Icon of the Last Supper. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
This design features our icon of Christ the High Priest. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
This design features a stained glass image of commissioning of seven deacons. It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
This design features an Icon of Christ washing the feet of the disciples. It is intended for diaconate ordinations.
This design features a Chi Rho with grapes and wheat. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
This design features an icon of Mary (as a symbol of the Church) clothing St. John the Evangelist with a stole. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
A simple equilateral cross in blue with the words "I am among you as one who serves" (Luke 22:27) in red.
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 gold chalice with host in front of a stole, surrounded by wheat.
This design features a gold-accented Celtic Cross.
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.
This design features a blue double line cross with a black Chi Rho in a double circle. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
The text "Shepherd the Church of God" is in dark green, hand-lettered Roman Capitals. A gold crosier is at the left of the lettering. This design is appropriate for the ordination of a bishop.
This design features a gold chalice with host, gospel book, and stole.
A pen and ink drawing of the Pious Pelican symbol—a mother Pelican feeding her young from wounds in her breast. It is a symbol of Christ's self sacrifice and a model to those who aspire to follow in Christ's footsteps through ministry in the Church.
The power of the Holy Spirit is visible in this image as the palms of the new priest are anointed with the oil of chrism: "The Father anointed our Lord Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. May Jesus preserve you to sanctify the Christian people and to offer sacrifice to God."
This design features a contemporary chalice and host on a white ground. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.
A deacon vested in a red dalmatic kneels, holding a chalice in one hand and a censer in the other.