The importance of the symbols is unquestionable. If we take into account the religious sphere, many have been the symbols used by religions over time, with different meanings. From the dove of peace, through crosses or other less known, but always relating to the spiritual and divine.
In fact, for many years, these symbols, which today we could treat as logos, have served to differentiate the sacred from the profane. The usefulness of these, with the passage of time, has helped historians to know the use of different objects, which had not been recognized by their sacred symbols, would surely have acquired another nuance. For example, cloths with religious embroidered motifs, it has been known that they were for use in Masses, or chalices with carved motifs and so on, with many more objects.
Now, everything is computerized and it is not necessary to have an engraving on everything to make known the purpose of something, but with the uses of these logos, we will be making clear the message for all those who are interested.
The logos within a church or in a religious organization, also have a great importance. In the case of a religious organization, with a quick glance at one of these logos, we will know what kind of organization we are dealing with and it will help us to communicate in a direct and personal way.
These logos are also characterized by having a personal character, that is, it will be enough for us to see them, so that we can quickly associate them with our organization, and this will be the objective of them, since there will not be another organization with our logo.
In addition, with its use, if a person has a pile of accumulated papers in his house, a simple glance at the logo will be enough to quickly identify the origin of the letter, without having to read all the text he has. In this way it is easier to draw attention and it will be more difficult for our letters to be lost in oblivion, without knowing who they were.