Origin of the LOGO
Inspiration: The Tabernacle
Venerable Mother Alphonse Marie
The three ellipses represent the three present Congregations in the Mystery of the Trinity which recognize the venerable servant of God, Mother Alphonse Marie, as their foundress.
The colors of the ellipses symbolize the flags of the countries where the generalates of the three Congregations are located (France, Germany, Italy).
The number 200 located in the center of the ellipses recalls the number of years since the birthday of Mother Alphonse Marie.
The name, Alphonse Marie Eppinger, is inscribed on the French ellipse because she is from there and her name also touches the ellipses of the other countries.
The three ellipses, symbolizing the Trinity, signify the sending of Elizabeth into this world to manifest Jesus Christ, to live, pray, and work, to fulfill the Will of God.
The dynamic energy within the ellipses signifies the life and fulfillment present in the Mystery of the Redemption.
The years 1814-2014 are the span of time which we wish to remember and celebrate.