The coat of arms adopted by the Most Rev. Wilhelm Zimmermann who was ordained as Auxiliary Bishop of Essen, Germany on June 28th.
As Queen Elizabeth begins her annual week of engagements in Scotland and is in residence at Holyrood in Edinburgh we will be seeing a lot of the royal arms as used in Scotland. The Scottish quarter takes precedence as does the unicorn supporter. The crest and motto are also different as is the Order of the Thistle surrounding the shield as opposed to the Garter.
Above is the coat of arms of Archbishop Antje Jackelén, the Bishop of Lund in the Church of Sweden elected as the first woman to be Archbishop of Uppsala and Primate of the Church of Sweden. She was installed at Uppsala on June 15, 2014. Below is a photo of the new archbishop with (l.-r.) Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia and Archbishop Anders Wejryd, her predecessor as archbishop. The coat of arms follows a typical pattern in Scandinavian countries of the personal arms (in the 2nd and 3rd quarters) being quartered with those of the (arch)diocese. The motto translates to, “God is Greater”.
artwork: Ronny Andersen
The coat of arms that will be used by King Felipe VI after his proclamation as king on June 19. The lion of Leon is correctly depicted as Purpure rather than Gules. In addition, the yoke and arrows used by Juan Carlos I as well as the Burgundian saltire behind the shield will not be used by Felipe VI.