Who can share with us the meaning of the symbols and of the Latin, and how it pertained specifically to us at Regina Cleri Seminary...?
From Fr. Robert G. Tamminga
The Latin "Omnia Vestra...) can be translated: "Let all your deeds be done in love," or "Let everything you do be done in charity." Top left symbol is a (sacred) heart representing love/charity. Bottom left: symbol of the diocese of Tucson. Top right: the Eucharist. Bottom right: crown (of Mary, Queen of the Clergy, Regina Cleri."
The Latin motto means: Let all things be done in charity. My best guess for the symbols are: the antelope is a symbol of purity and peace. The chalice and with host is a symbol of the priesthood, the crown likely symbolizes the patroness of the school: Queen of the Clergy and the heart with the cross on top likely symbolizes either the Sacred Heart of Jesus or the Immaculate Heart of Mary.