PARISH BRAND

CENTER

"Give thanks to the Lord, invoke his name; make known among the peoples his deeds."

Psalms 105:1

Terms and Conditions of Use:

All digital files ("Assets") in the Parish Brand Center, including images, videos, sound recordings, illustrations, presentation files, and other creative works, are the property of Saint Thérèse Catholic Church (“the Parish”) and protected under United States and international trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property laws. These assets are intended solely for authorized volunteers and Parish staff to use when promoting their various programs and activities.

When you download an asset, you agree to four conditions of use: (a) that you represent that you are either a duly-authorized contractor, employee, or volunteer of the Parish; (b) that you agree to use the asset solely for promoting programs or activities of the Parish, your ministry, or Parish group; and (c) that you will not edit or create any derivative work based on the asset.

Saint Thérèse Catholic Church, through its Communications Office, administrates its brand and intellectual property. No volunteer or employee may authorize the commercial use of an asset that is contrary to the policies and regulations of the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma, and the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

For all questions regarding usage of these assets, please contact communications@stthereseok.org

Our Logo

It's more than an image. It's a symbol that brings our parish together more than faith. It's a symbol of bold tradition in a modern world and invites the faithful to explore our church with something uniquely familiar to Catholics everywhere.

The Saint Thérèse Catholic Church logo comes several, approved variants that allow our brand to be represented in multiple situations.

When using our logo, make sure to remember the following:

Our Typeface

Fonts! Well, sort of. A typeface is family of closely similar fonts that all come from one base font. Fortunately for us, we only use one typeface with a robust variety of weights that makes it appealling and versatile.

The Open Sans family is available for free through Google Fonts and does not require attribution or any special licensing policies. Once you install it, you can rock and roll!

Our Color Palette

They're bright. They're bold. They're the colors that make up our brand's color palette. 

Pentecost Orange

This is our brand's primary color. It draws from our church's exterior hues and gives off that warm, friendly emotion you get when you come home. It should always be used at-least once in any publication and, afterwards, can be used as an accent color.

Holy Ghost White

Get it? Holy Ghost White? Anyways, this white tone is appropriate for using as an alternative to a true-white background. It can also be used to highlight elements in advertising and marketing pieces. 

Midnight Blue

The richness of Midnight Blue makes it an excellent choice as both an accent and featured color in a design. It gives a great balance to Pentecost Orange and allows for more creative ideas and works to be drawn from our brand.

Azure

It's a bright pop to our brand. Great for marketing collateral designed for youth and and younger audiences, azure can also be an effective accent color to draw attention to important ideas or topics.

Heavenly Gold

If there was a color olympics, you can guess where this one would place! Heavenly Gold is complementary color to our brand's color palette and can be a great accent color.

Our Styling Guide

It's not just for newspapers anymore. The Associated Press style is our preferred method of writing. When possible, it is highlight appropriate to use their guidelines for clearer, more effective, and standardized writing. There are, however, some instances where our brand offers differing or more specific guidelines. These can include:

Saint Thérèse Catholic Church

Whenever possible, the preferred spelling of our parish's
name uses both the acute and grave accent. However, it is
acceptable to spell Saint Thérèse Catholic Church without
any accents as long as it is consistent in the remainder of
the document or publication.

Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Catholic Church (Preferred)

  • Saint Therese Catholic Church

  • Saint Thérèse Parish and Diocesan Eucharistic Shrine (Formal or Diocesan Communications)

Non-Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Parish

  • St. Thérèse Catholic Church

  • Saint Teresa Catholic Church

Whenever possible, the preferred spelling of our parish's
name uses both the acute and grave accent. However, it is
acceptable to spell Saint Thérèse Catholic Church without
any accents as long as it is consistent in the remainder of
the document or publication.

Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Catholic Church (Preferred)

  • Saint Therese Catholic Church

  • Saint Thérèse Parish and Diocesan Eucharistic Shrine (Formal or Diocesan Communications)

Non-Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Parish

  • St. Thérèse Catholic Church

  • Saint Teresa Catholic Church

Saint Thérèse Catholic Church

Whenever possible, the preferred spelling of our parish's
name uses both the acute and grave accent. However, it is
acceptable to spell Saint Thérèse Catholic Church without
any accents as long as it is consistent in the remainder of
the document or publication.

Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Catholic Church (Preferred)

  • Saint Therese Catholic Church

  • Saint Thérèse Parish and Diocesan Eucharistic Shrine (Formal or Diocesan Communications)

Non-Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Parish

  • St. Thérèse Catholic Church

  • Saint Teresa Catholic Church

Whenever possible, the preferred spelling of our parish's
name uses both the acute and grave accent. However, it is
acceptable to spell Saint Thérèse Catholic Church without
any accents as long as it is consistent in the remainder of
the document or publication.

Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Catholic Church (Preferred)

  • Saint Therese Catholic Church

  • Saint Thérèse Parish and Diocesan Eucharistic Shrine (Formal or Diocesan Communications)

Non-Approved Stylings:

  • Saint Thérèse Parish

  • St. Thérèse Catholic Church

  • Saint Teresa Catholic Church

 
 
 

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