STATO PONTIFICIO -- LEGAL, COPYRIGHT, & TRADEMARK NOTICES

Governo ecclesiastico regnante. Governo temporale in esilio.
Reigning ecclesiastical government. Temporal government in exile.


Copyright Notice

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The entire contents except where specifically noted of any and all creative works, including but not limited to books, magazines, newsletters, artistic renderings, audio recordings, photographs, videos, cards, postcards, insignia, documents, brevets, diplomas, certificates, and music produced by or sponsored by the Patriarchal See are Pontifical Copyright and copyright as applicable under laws of the U.S. and other nations 2008-2021. The copyright is claimed regardless of language used. All rights reserved. No portion of such works may be used in whole or in part without the express written permission of the Patriarchal See.

The owner of all copyrights referenced herein is His Holy Eminence the Archfather as sovereign of the Stato Pontificio and patriarch of the Anglican Patriarchate.

 

Trademark Notice

The following names and designs are Pontifical Trademarks and trademarks (TM) as applicable under laws of the U.S. and other nations. All rights reserved. No portion of the site may be used in whole or in part without the express written permission of the Patriarchal See. The following list is not necessarily complete. The trademark is claimed regardless of language used. The owner of all trademarks referenced herein is His Holy Eminence the Archfather as sovereign of the Stato Pontificio and patriarch of the Anglican Patriarchate.

Designs

The (Anglo-Catholic) Papal Insignia (exemplar)
The Insignia of the Court of St. Mary of Walsingham (exemplar)
Flag of the Patriarchate and Stato Pontificio (exemplar)
Flag/Standard of the Archfather (exemplar)
Pennant of the Archfather (exemplar)
Seal of the Deacon (exemplar)
Emblem of the Pontifical Apostolic Library (exemplar)
Any and all seals of the Patriarchal Curia and offices (exemplar)
Military Flag of the Patriarchate (exemplar)
Naval Ensign of the Patriarchate (exemplar)
Any and all flags as designated for the Patriarchate and Stato Pontificio (exemplar)
Any and all coats of arms as designated for the Patriarchate and Stato Pontificio (exemplar 1) (exemplar 2)
The coats of arms of the Archfather (exemplar)
Any and all flags and markings of the Walsingham Guard (exemplar)
Any and all uniforms and insignia of the Walsingham Guard (exemplar)

Names

Stato Pontificio
The Pontifical States
Stato Romano
The Roman State
The Anglican Patriarchate
 Anglo-Italian Imperial Patriarchate
See of St. Stephen
Patriarchate of St. Stephen
Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church
(Florentine) Archfather
Florentine-Roman Pontiff
Grand Pontiff of the Anglican Rite of the Universal (or Catholic) Church
Legate of Christ
Prince of Rome
Roman Principate
Coadjutor of Rome
Roman Caesar, Archprince, and Bishop of St. Stephen
Custodian of the Apostolic See of St. Mark at Aquileia
Cardinal Deacon i.p.c. of Santa Maria Antiqua
Cardinal Prince of Florence
Vice-King of Italy in the Holy Roman Empire
Prince Archbishop and Elector of Würzburg
Duke of Franconia
Archregent of Etruria in the Holy Roman Empire
Imperial Lord of Naples, Walsingham, and the Floridas
Titular Archbishop i.p.i. of Leopontopoli
Titular Bishop of Iconium
Prince of Etruria and Santa Croce
Court of St. Mary of Walsingham
Senator of Florence
The Florentine Rota
The Leonine Office
Patrimony of Sts. Peter and Stephen
Coadjutorship of Rome
Blessing Ex Urbe
Patriarchal and Royal House of Ivrea-Italia-Barcelona
Old Holy Roman Church of the English Rite
Firenze-Nuova Roma (Florence-New Rome)
Patriarchal & Royal Postal Service of St. Stephen
Imperial Italian Chronicler King of Arms
Any and all Curial Offices
The Stephenian Archives
Seal of the Deacon
The Stephenian Curia
Il Nunzio Romano
The Pontifical Apostolic Library
The Pontifical Apostolic Library Collection
Acta Patriarchalis Sedis
Patriarchal Mass of the Sword
The Walsingham Guard, The Patriarchal Lifeguards, The Patriarchal Dragoons,
The Patriarchal Horse Guards, The Patriarchal Artillery, The Lifeguards Artillery Batallion,
The Zouaves Artillery Batallion, The Dragoons Horse Artillery Batallion, Camera Secreta,
the Walsingham Naval Guard, the Imperial Italian Navy, the Royal Etrurian Navy,
the Royal Westphalian Navy, and any and all other units as well as unique ranks
of the Walsingham Guard now and in the future.
The Most Honourable Legion of the Eagle of Christ
Royal Order of St. Stephen
Sacred Order of Mary Immaculate
The Grand Collar of the Three Supreme Orders
The Grand Cordon of the Three Supreme Orders
The Grand Cordon of the Two Supreme Orders
Florentine Service Order
The Teutonic Cross
The Imperial & Patriarchal Confraternity of the Hospital of St. Mary of the Teutons in Jerusalem
The St. Stephen Cross, as well as any and all decorations of the Walsingham Guard

 

General Notices

The Anglican Patriarchate (Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church) is an ecclesiastical sovereignty by right of Rome with an independent government in special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council. Additionally, we descend from the See of Utrecht, which was granted autonomy in 1145 by Pope Eugene III and confirmed in 1520 by Pope Leo X in the Bull Debitum Pastoralis, this right becoming known as the Leonine Privilege. As the sole successor of Pope Leo X and temporal successor of St. Peter the Apostle in Italy and Britain, the Patriarchate is fully Catholic and holds the same canonical authority as the Roman Communion (Vatican). The Patriarchate is the ecclesiastical successor to temporal Rome, the temporal patrimony of the Roman Empire claimed historically by right of the papacy. The succession passed to the Patriarchate after Benedict XVI by right of Rome and Florence, with the Archfather (Bishop of St. Stephen) with papal authority as temporal successor of St. Peter, and the Pope (Bishop of Rome) as spiritual successor of St. Peter and de facto sovereign of the Vatican City-State. Although administratively independent, the See embraces as brethren other Catholic and Anglican bodies, such as the current Roman Communion (commonly referred to as the Roman Catholic Church), the Anglican Ordinariate, and the Anglican Communion. The New Roman Communion is defined as the Anglican Patriarchate and the churches of all Bishops recognised by the Patriarchate. Although administratively independent, the See embraces as brethren other Catholic and Anglican bodies, such as the current Roman Communion (commonly referred to as the Roman Catholic Church), the Anglican Ordinariate, and the Anglican Communion. The New Roman Communion is defined as the Anglican Patriarchate and the churches of all Bishops recognised by the Patriarchate. The governments of the modern republics of Italy, German, France, Switzerland, and the United States, and of the modern kingdoms of Great Britain and Spain, as well as the European Union are not affiliated with the Stato Pontificio government in exile.

Notes on Clergy and Staff

Those persons designated as clergy in any capacity, as well as those persons designated as staff in any capacity under any designation whatsoever are not deemed to be employees, associates, or agents of the Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church (hereafter referred to as the Church), any entity thereof, or any entity therunto affiliated unless specifically indicated on a person-by-person basis. All clergy and staff serve as volunteers except that permanent or temporary stipends may be provided on a case-by-case basis. Receipt of such stipends does not change the nature of relationship between the cleric or staff member and the Church. Clergy and staff assume all liability and responsibility, both for their own actions and with respect with their participation in any and all activities of the Church and its affiliated organisations; and further agree to hold harmless the Church, its hierarchy, and any and all affiliated organisations. Clergy and Staff are nevertheless required to follow the direction and supervision of the Church hierarchy and specific personnel to whom they have been assigned, as well as all Canon Law and other ecclesiastical laws, legislation, and directives. Acceptance of any office within the Church or its affiliated organisations constitutes acceptance of this aggreement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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