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Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church

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[Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church flag] image by Eugene Ipavec, 7 July 2007

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On the web site of the Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church,, there appears to be a church flag. The flag is situated at the top of the page, to the left of the copy of Michelangelo's famous work on the Sistine Chapel. The flag is a vertical flag, a white-black bicolor with a red cross emblem centered, and with a squarish segment removed from the fly. This church is the current manifestation of Arian Christianity.
Ron Lahav, 7 July 2007

This is identified elsewhere on the site as "the banner of the Ancient Teutonic Arian Order" [click on the What is Arian Catholicism link and scroll up] and on the same page is what is billed as the flag of "Modern Arian Catholic Church"- a red off-center cross on a white field, with a blue canton in the upper hoist and a heraldic ship upon the canton.
Ned Smith, 7 July 2007