(start of Pope Francis' pastoral and state visit in the PH)
jan 15, 2015... thursday...
purple polo shirt (fred perry)
black pants (paddocks)
chocolate leather hi-chucks (converse)
navy strap watch (nautica)
assorted bracelets (sm, thrifted)
STYLE (pray) AWAY!
Suka from tita ems...
clinicSYS started today at NAUJAN WEST!
welcome Papa Francisco!
Pope Francis’ coat of arms contain the insignia of the Society of Jesus, his priestly order, the star of Mary, and the spikenard, a symbol of St. Joseph. Pope Francis is the second Pope following Pope Benedict XVI to have dispensed with the Papal Tiara over his coat of arms and instead preferred a papal mitre above the shield.
The motto “Miserando atque eligendo” means lowly but chosen; literally in Latin “by having mercy, by choosing him.” This was derived from the homily of the Venerable Bede on Matthew’s Gospel, relating to his vocation: “Jesus saw the tax collector and by having mercy chose him as an Apostle saying to him: Follow me.” This incorporation of a motto is unique in this papal coat of arms.