A coat of arms is a heraldic visual design on a shield, surcoat, or garment. The coat of arms on an escutcheon forms the central element of the full heraldic achievement, which in its whole consists of a shield, supporters, a crest, and a motto. A coat of arms is traditionally unique to an individual person, family, state, organization, school or corporation. The term itself 'coat of arms' describing in modern times just the heraldic design, originates from the description of the entire medieval chainmail 'surcoat' garment used in combat or preparation for the latter.

It's a LOGO and a SEAL.

The Eric Michel Ministries International Archbishop and Bishops have their own coat of arms, its occupants display the role of the office. FAICL Catholic is also assigned a coat of arms.

Explanations of the symbolism of the coat of arms:

Archbishop Coat of Arms

RT. Rev. Marie Arnold,  President of the House of Bishops Coat of Arms

Baptist Bishop