State Orders
of the Pontifical States
(Gallo-Russo-Byzantine Catholicate, Imperial Roman Church)

 


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Orders of the Temporal Patrimony of St. Peter

Florentine-Roman Order of the Golden Spur
The second highest order given by the modern Stato Pontificio. By current policy, is given exclusively to
princes or high nobles who are Bailiffs Grand Cross of the Pontifical Order of the Eagle.
Recipients wear the neck decoration on a red ribbon or collar.  It ranks immediately after the
Pontifical Order of the Eagle in precedence.


Lapel Ribbon


Florentine-Roman Order of Pius IX
By current policy, is given exclusively to
Knights and Dames of the Order of the Eagle of St. Stephen and Mary Immaculate
after nomination for high service and merit.



Florentine-Roman Order of
St. Gregory the Great
By current policy, is given exclusively to
Knights and Dames of the Order of the Eagle of St. Stephen and Mary Immaculate
after nomination for high service and merit.


Florentine-Roman Order of St. Sylvester
By current policy, is given exclusively to
Knights and Dames of the Order of the Eagle of St. Stephen and Mary Immaculate
after nomination for high service and merit.



Florentine-Roman Order of the Pontifical States
Recognises significant service to the modern Stato Pontificio, the Anglican Patriarchate,
humanity, or diplomatic or civil service.
Order Page.


Pontifical Order of Merit
The Pontifical Order of Merit of St. Stephen and Our Lady of Walsingham is a personal gift of H.H.E. the Archfather
in recognition of exceptional personal merit. It is one of the most exclusive associations
in the world, with membership limited to no more than ten living members.

Order Page.

 

Nota Bene: These orders are given exclusively by the Anglican Patriarchate, Stato Pontificio as historic orders of the Stato Pontificio.
H.H. the Papa-Catholicos, Prince of the Romans holds the exclusive right to confer them.

They are distinct from the modern state orders given by the Vatican City-State.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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