What’s in a logo? The word “logo” has its roots in the Greek verb lego, which means “to count, to tell, to say, or to speak.” In today’s fast-paced culture, we use logos as a way to speak with few words, to convey meaning that can be absorbed intuitively and at a glance. Our logo is no exception, we hope it conveys where we came from, where we stand, and where we are going, all at the same time.
“Creator Mundi” is Latin for “Creator of the World.” By using Latin we hold dearly our Catholic heritage, roots and traditions while reaching out ecumenically.
The silhouettes of two spires rise up in the middle of our logo. This image calls to mind the two majestic spires that adorn the Cathedral of Cologne, Germany, the city where Hildegard was born and raised during World War II. As a child, during a time of physical devastation, Hildegard was supported by her Catholic faith, finding beauty, solace and peace through the historic sacred art within the Cathedral. Art whose purpose was to open the mind into the splendor of the divine and to open the soul onto the numinous mystery of God – a mystery beyond words, time, and all contingent things.
Our distinctive sacred art is artistically beautiful, culturally authentic and biblically based, creating long lasting heirlooms for the family. We offer exceptional gifts suitable for every occasion, season, recipient, and sacramental celebration. We hope that you may find much in our collection of distinctive religious sacred art that stirs and awakens your mind and your soul.