The habit will be a white tau robe, representative of the alb, with red cord cincture, and a medallion of St John
the Beloved reclining on the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Last Supper. Consecrates working in the world will have to
obtain an employer's permission before wearing the habit on the job. In such circumstances, we would encourage wearing street
clothes ("civies"); the medallion; and in any circumstance, the ring.
The medallion will be received when the candidate is accepted. This medallion can be worn under the clothes if
the future Consecrate will be wearing a business suit or uniform.
A business suit of dark blue slacks, maroon blazer, grey shirt, and tie, with the St. John Medallion could also constitute
either distinctive garb or habit. The tie color would indicate the level of formation.