"Wherever Jesus Christ is, there is the catholic church."
Ignatius of Antioch (c.35-107)
Shown is the crest of the current Pope, Francis.
The Vatican Information Service gave the following details concerning the crest:
"The shield has a bright blue background, at the centre top of which is a yellow radiant sun with the IHS christogram on it representing Jesus (it is also the Jesuit logo). The IHS monogram, as well as a cross that pierces the H, are in red with three black nails directly under them.
Under that, to the left, is a star representing Mary, Mother of Christ and the Church.
To the right of the star is a nard flower representing Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church. With these symbols the Pope demonstrates his love for the Holy Family."