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LogoThe cross in ICC’s logo has a two-fold meaning and is central to the work of this particular ministry of the Catholic Church in Indiana.

The light arrow piercing into the center expresses the diversified input of members of the Church, their talents, experiences, insights and resources.

That arrow meshes with the cross which represents the institutional structure of the Church, but also symbolizes the infusion of divine grace into the efforts of the humans who make up the Church.

Together, these flow into society, depicted by the purple arrow, providing Catholic values and principles to shape and influence the modern world.

Colorwise, the purple symbolizes the royal, kingly priesthood of the People of God. Also, the combination of colors stands for the beige of the wheat and the purple of the grapes used in the Eucharistic celebration.

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