About our logo
THE VOCATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND RESEARCH CENTER
The logo is inspired by the symbol of the triquetra, also known as the Trinity Knot. This knot reflects the unity and communion of the three divine people in the Holy Trinity.
Fish is the sign of Christians in the first centuries.
The three fish represent both the three divine people: the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost; and both the three states of life: the secular state of life, the ministerial priesthood and consecrated life.
Finally, the circle is the symbol of eternity from antiquity: God is from all eternity. It also reminds us of the promise of eternal life to which we are all called.
As with the logo of the Center, the three divine persons are represented: the hands represent the Father, the cross of Christ, the Son, and the dove the Holy Spirit.
The three divine persons evoke the three vocations anchored in baptism which founds the common priesthood of all the faithful: the vocation to marriage, the vocation to the ministerial priesthood and the vocation to consecrated life.
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