[Anglican Compass Rose]

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"The Compass Rose," designed by Canon Edward West, NYC, is the symbol of the Anglican Communion. The example above is based on a version in brass at Canterbury Cathedral designed by Giles Bloomfield. The Greek inscription translates to "The truth shall make you free."
Abbot with veiled crosier by Abp. Bruno B. Heim (Apostolic Delegate to the United Kingdom, 1973-86), Heraldry in the Catholic Church, (Humanities Press, 1978) 61. © Copyright 1978 by B.B. Heim..

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