New COAT of ARMS
Archbishop Coat of Arms
Cardinal Hat and Cross, the Archbishop's coat of arms, joins the diocesan arms and his arms, as is tradition. Archbishop Eric Michel used symbols of his life, such as French heritage and Holy Ministries. The cardinal is used for the President Bishop, an Archbishop at EMMI.
Orthodox Cross The Archbishop is a member of the Sanctification of Families Union of Saint Francis of Assisi, a branch of The Order of Franciscans of the Eucharist and the Abbey of St Mary Theotokos (Most Reverend Archbishop Eric M. Gagnon, SFU)
Holy Mary The Archbishop is consecrated to Mary, giving her his entire life and the merits of all prayers. He was giving Mary all his works to belong entirely to Christ. The Marian consecration is a commitment to Mary, Our Mother, to lead the heart fully to Christ.
RT. Rev. Marie Arnold, President of the House of Bishops Coat of Arms
Baptist Bishop of EMMI
Rt. Rev. Marie Y. Arnold Bishop and Chief Chaplain
She is a Baptist Denomination that requires no Coat of Arms
Coat of Arms Symbols:
Helping Hands represent her devotion to help people
Dove represents peace and the branch the new beginning
Jesus represents the way and the truth
Flaming Chalice: for the light of truth, love, and commitment
The Blue Cross means she won't deny helping based on your faith.
Motto: Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow
Rt. Rev. Marie Yvonne was ordained by the University of Metaphysics at Sedona on January the 31st 2010 and appointed Bishop of EMMI on October 4, 2013.
She was the President of the House of Bishops from 2017 to 2020, she resigned due to illness.