sc00e3abf1aRev. Guy Selvester, M.Div., M.A. has been studying and working in the field of heraldic research and design for over twenty eight years. He is an enthusiast about all kinds of heraldry but his area of expertise is in ecclesiastical heraldry and, in particular, the heraldry of the Roman Catholic Church. Ordained to the priesthood in 1997 he currently serves as the Administrator of St. Joseph Church in Washington, New Jersey. Fr. Selvester is a Governor-At-Large of the American Heraldry Society; a Fellow and on the Board of Governors of the American College of Heraldry; a member of the Heraldry Committee of the NY Genealogical & Biographical Society; a member of the NJ Catholic Historical Commission; Vice Chairman of the Heraldry Committee of the Augustan Society and a member of several other heraldic societies and organizations. In 2013 he founded the Collegium Ecclesiastica Exarandorum (College of Ecclesiastical Heraldry) to promote the study and improvement of ecclesiastical heraldry.

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  1. Guardian Toups

    Fr. Selvester, What are ways one can match a coat of arms with the correct Bishop, ArchBishop or Cardinal? Are Ecclesiastical Coat of Arms logged?

  2. Ronnie

    Hello, Fr. I stumbled upon your blog a few months ago. I have a French-made antique armoire with a coat of arms that I believe belongs to a bishop or cardinal. Is there any way I can find out whose coat of arms it is?


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