Vatican unfurls new papal coat of arms
Catholic World News - October 12, 2010
A new coat of arms for Pope Benedict XVI was introduced at the papal audience on Sunday, October 10. The new design incorporates the traditional triple crown of the papacy: the tiara or triregno, which has not actually been worn by a Roman Pontiff since Paul VI.
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