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Anglican Fathers of the Corpus Christi (no longer available) was an image of an Anglican/Episcopal
style flag. It is a long white swallowtail with an offset red cross and blue
canton. In the canton is a disk with some style of cross.
This religious order is affiliated with the Christian Episcopal Church, a small separatist traditionalist denomination of North America adhering to the Anglican tradition but not in union with Canterbury or the Anglican Communion. The device in the canton of that flag image is not identical to the arms used by either the Christian Episcopal Church in the US or in Canada although all three are obviously similar, being based on St. George's Cross. I do not know if this flag exists solely as a computer graphic, or if the Fathers actually fly such a flag. Neither do I know if the US or Canadian churches fly any flags based on their respective arms.
Ned Smith, 5 September 2004