OLD CATHOLIC CONFEDERATION   

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THE ORDER OF THE CROSS OF CHRIST

The Order of the Cross of Christ is the highest ecclesiastical decoration of the Old Catholic Confederation. The Order is conferred muto proprio by the Prelate of the Old Catholic Confederation upon faithful lay persons and clergy distinguished by their outstanding service and philanthropic commitment to the Church. 


An ecumenical award, the Order of the Cross of Christ may be conferred upon any baptized Christian who professes the Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed.

The Order of the Cross of Christ is awarded in the following classes: Third Class, Second Class and First Class.

Aside from the Prelate who serves at Grand Master, the Officers of the Order include the Grand Prior, Grand Chancellor, Grand Commander and the various Lieutenants for respective regions within the United States.

His Excellency, The Rt. Rev. Charles F.C. Tobin, S.T.M.

Grand Prior

 

Vacant

Grand Chancellor

 

His Excellency, Dr. Johan van Overbeke, C.C.

Grand Commander 

 

Vacant

Lieutenant of the Mid-Atlantic United States