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Catholic Knights Templar Meet In Griswold

Posted on October 22, 2022 in: News, Vocations

Catholic Knights Templar Meet In Griswold

The first meeting of the Northeast Commandery of the Catholic Knights Templar took place on October 14-16, at the Marian Friary of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Griswold.

The Catholic Knights Templar is a private, international association of faithful men and women established in accordance with the codes 215, 216 and 299 of the Code of Canon Law, inspired by the ancient order of the Pauperes Commilitones Christi Templique Salomonis, (The Knights Templar).

Headquarted in Italy, the Catholic Knights Templar attract men and women from around the world who wish to revive and live the principles of chivalry advocated by the ancient order of the Knights Templar. 

Currently, the Knights Templar have members in Italy, France, The United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Spain, San  Marino, Hong Kong, and the United States.

The motto of the Knights is “Non Nobis Domine, Non Nobis, Sed Nomini Tuo Da Gloriam” (Not to us, O Lord, but to your name be glory).

Deacon Ben LoCasto joined with Knights from around the world to learn the traditions and rules of the Catholic Knights Templar.


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