Gospel: though it looks like an ordinary Colt .45, the Gospel is capable of firing rounds of holy light into foul agents of Hell. A standard issue weapon, it can blast a hole the size of a basketball through steel and should only be discharged with precision.
Evangelium: a rifle used for long range tactics. It lacks the raw, destructive force of the Gospel but makes up for that with incredible accuracy in the hands of even the most novice agent. Very useful in situations where the target is very quick or the area is wide open.
Crusader: a sword whose blade is made of an undisclosed energy (think lightsabers). Far less in fashion nowadays, the Crusader has largely been relegated to a when-all-else-fails melee weapon, although some Brothers still prefer to use the Crusader for the sake of the sheer glee felt from carving a hellspawn in half.
Absolver: a staff developed by agents in the Japanese branch of the Brotherhood. Seemingly a solid, golden rod similar to a bo staff, the Absolver can also be split in half and each half can be used as a pair of nunchucks. Incredibly useful when surrounded by dark hordes, although being surrounded by dark hordes is not an optimal place to be in the first place. More common in Asian countries than anywhere else.
There are all kinds of gadgets in development by Brotherhood researchers (all a little reminiscent of the R&D department of MI5 in James Bond). Their signature piece is their international communications device, ANGEL, a system that allows Brothers to communicate at any range. ANGEL operates on a very thin, unintrusive but sturdy headset. ANGEL is also capable of projecting holograms to provide visuals. New stuff is constantly coming out of the Brotherhood's R&D, so new stuff may be made available over time to meet new problems.