Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy

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Arms of Corporation of the Sons of the Clergy

Official blazon

Arms : Lozengy argent and sable, on a chief purpure a cross patee Or between two books of the first, garnished and clasped of the fourth.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A female figure, the emblem of Charity, vested in a loose garment sable, head, breast, hands, and feet proper, her hair dishevelled Or, accompanied with three naked boys, one on the dexter side and one on each arm of the second, crined of the third.
Motto: Quod eorum minimis mihi.


The arms were officially granted on November 29, 1685.

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