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Official Website of the
Catholic Diocese of Little Rock
Our logo is an adaptation of our diocesan crest, the ecclesial coat of arms that carries much history and significance related to the Catholic Church in Arkansas. Read more about the symbolism in the crest or download it. For instructions on how to use logo or crest in digital or print media, download our Visual Style Guide or its Summary.
This logo is an adaptation of the crest into a circular design. Included is the name of the diocese, along with a geographic description noting that the diocese encompasses the entire state. The design also includes the founding date of the diocese, just seven years after Arkansas' statehood. Echoed and enlarged behind the crest are the two cross elements prominent in the shield: The martyrdom crosses of Sts. Peter and Andrew. Catholic parishes, schools, diocesan organizations, media or other organizations may use this logo to reference the diocese or link back to this website. Downloadable versions are below. If you have need for a vector-quality version of this logo, please Contact Us.
If you're visiting this site on a computer with a large screen, you may also notice the faint images in the background of this website. This tiled design is an echo of the Christian symbols displayed in the floor at the diocesan offices at Morris Hall in St. John Catholic Center. The symbols included here are:
The coat of arms (crest) has been the traditional logo for the Diocese of Little Rock since it was founded in 1843. To learn more, read the symbolism in the crest. It is offered below for download in three different ways: color, grayscale and line-art.