UPDATE 21 March:
The flag arrived!
Here is the solemn unboxing.
Some literature about the organization is included.
As you can see it is large and vibrant!
A close up, so you can see the fabrics. It is synthetic, of course, and printed, but it is also tough!
The end is sown such that a poll can be inserted and it can be hung or carried. To be flown, you would have to add grommets.
I am very pleased. I want at least a dozen more so that they can be displayed down the nave of the chapel here, alternating with Vatican flags and Old Glory.
UPDATE 15 March:
From the people making the flags:
We have as of today, 73 orders, need another 27 to make it a reality. Thank you one and all. Thank you Father!
Okay, readers. Get in touch with your inner crusader and get to it!
Originally Published on: Mar 1, 2018
I received this:
A group dedicated for the defense of persecuted Catholics around the globe (Ordo Militaris) has designed a faithful reproduction of the famous flag of Lepanto to
raise funds for their organization.
They have a vendor printing it in Europe currently, and have just found a new vendor to print it in the US for the first time.
*IF* they can secure 100 pre-orders, it will be available to anyone in the US in a doublesided, gold trimmed version for just $135 each.
Depicted on the Flag at the Foot of the Cross are the Heraldic Shields of King Philip II of Spain, Saint Pius V, the Republic of Venice, and Don Juan of Austria.
The actual flag will NOT have the white border.
I want one!