Flags for our Holy Work

For donors to the work of the Order, we offer the gift of the following flags, in 2 special edition Investor Kits:

The Banner of the Holy League of 1571

is our copyrighted historical reproduction of the original Ensign which flew on the Flag Ship of the Supreme Commander of the Holy League, Don Juan of Austria, at the Battle of Lepanto, October 7, 1571 A.D.

This reproduction shows the Battle Flag of Lepanto designed by Pope Saint Pius V: with a Crucifix supported by the Shields of the members of the Holy League of 1571:  King Philip of Spain, Saint Pius V, the Republic of Venice, and Don Juan of Austria, all united by the Chain of the Rosary. The Pattern symbolizes the Fleets of the Holy League in formation, and the woven border recalls the power of the Chain of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary protecting all the ships and sailors.

Our Historical Reproduction of the Battle Flag of Lepanto is double sided with gold-colored tassel trim. It will have a pole sleeve for mounting on any rod or pole. It will be fit for processions, not for mounting outside in the weather. It measures 36″ by 63″ inches, is printed on BOTH sides, upon woven polyester, and has a sleeve on the left side to mount it on a pole for carrying it in processions or in public.

This reproduction is no longer available. Many thanks to all the prospective investors who ordered a Kit!


Insignia of the Ordo Militaris Catholicus

Our Insignia measures roughly 3′ by 3′, and has grommets to be flown from a flag pole. Its a sewn flag and is identical on front and back, made of heavy nylon, and is an all weather flag.  In the USA its available for a donation of $100 USD.

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Please note that for each flag the size and colors may vary slightly from the descriptions above.  Donations here are Capital Donations, which are NOT tax deductible, and go to Ordo Militaris Inc., a Montana Corporation dedicated to providing defense and security services to Catholics persecuted by Jihadis.

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