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Robert Gerald Guest
Grant of Arms
April 9, 1996
Vol. III, p. 85
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Or a chevron between in chief two crosses moline and in base a cross of Jerusalem all Gules;
A dexter forearm proper grasping a pastoral staff in bend Or and a sword point upwards Argent hilted and pommelled Or in bend sinister;
UT IN OMNIBUS GLORIFECTUR DEUS;
The Jerusalem cross is the symbol of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem in which Dr. Guest holds the rank of Knight Grand Cross. The cross moline is taken from the arms of the American Priory of the Sylvestrian Benedictines and is a reference to Dr. Guest’s station as a Benedictine Oblate.
The sword and arm are taken from the crest and badge of the Clan MacRae, and honours Dr. Guest’s maternal ancestry. The crozier is taken from arms associated with the Guest family.
This Latin phrase means “That in all things God will be glorified”.
Canada Gazette Information
The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on November 23, 1996, in Volume 130, page 3280 of the Canada Gazette.
Original concept of Graham Anderson, assisted by the Heralds of the Canadian Heraldic Authority