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The Faculty of Divinity of the University of Trinity College
Grant of Arms and Badges
October 15, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 407
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A stag trippant reguardant Or attired and unguled Argent supporting with the dexter foreleg a staff terminating in a cross Or flying therefrom a pennon Argent charged with a cross Gules;
The first badge is patterned after the Agnus Dei, a Christian symbol of a lamb bearing a cross and banner, but uses instead the stag from the arms. The flag serves to denote “bearing Christ” but in this particular form is also an historical reference to the flag of the Church of England and thus to Anglicanism.