The Eric Michel Ministries International Chaplains are wearing the Ontario Fire Department Uniforms Class “A” and “B”
On class “A” and “B” chaplain uniform and blazer, a service patch maybe wear ex: Legion, Military , Police, Fire Dep. or EMS patch. If you been certify by the International Federation of Christian Chaplain, you can ware their logo patch and/or badge.
- Commander of the Chaplaincy (Archbishop)
- Chief of the Chaplaincy (Bishop)
- Deputy Chief Chaplain (Bishop)
- Associate Chief Chaplain
- Assistant Chief Chaplain
- Superintendent Chaplain
- Master Chaplain
- Senior Chaplain
- Junior Chaplain
- Registered Chaplain (Seminarian)
- Chief Assistant Lay
- Master Assistant Lay
- Senior Assistant Lay
- Junior Assistant Lay
- Honorary Chaplain
Note: All ranks for chaplains is “Chaplain”
Read About The Uniforms
- Dress Code
- Bishop badge is gold
- Clergy badge is silver
- Ordinary duty working epaulets
- Uniforms are provided by Fisher’s Regalia
- Patchs are supply by Uniformes BDI
- Badges are made by Smith & Warren
Starting as novice members are clothed, invested with the Habit,
and given new names by which they are to be known in the Order
(selected in honor of the Saints or some mystery of the Faith.).
At clothing, the novice will be invested in the Lesser habit, which is the
Tau cross, and invested in the Greater Habit.
The EMMI TOSF Chaplain can wear the regular Chaplain uniform above
But must wear the TAU cross.
Chaplain members of the EMMI TOSF/OSFM
(Ordo Sororum et Fratrum Minorum / Order of Lesser Sisters and Brothers)
- Habit is wear with a white cord (ceinture) with out knots
- A wooden TAU cross as a neck pendant
- NO rosary
- NO sandals
Image of Habit
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