THE KNIGHTLY ORDER

The Order is an international community of men and women cherishing the revitalization of the traditions of the Knights’ Order and the continuity of their humanitarian work.
It refers to the traditions of various European  and worldwide Orders of the Holy Spirit especially the Order of the Rose of Sharon and Red Cross Knights.

The Order sees itself as a Christian community without denominational preference.
It strives to transfer chivalrous actions to modern times.

The order sees in its ranks personalities that excel in professional engagement and social volunteering.
To provide humanitarian aid at home and abroad, fostering international relationships, and supporting cultural projects are the most important tasks of the Order.

The Order is governed by the Grand Master who is assisted by the Order’s Executive Council and the Order’s Chapter. The Order is regionally subdivided into commanders’ offices which are governed by a commander appointed by the Grand Master.

All principal decisions are reached by the General Convention of the community of all knights and dames of the Order. Admission to the order requires the recommendation and support of at least two members of the Order. An appropriate period of time is followed by admission into the order (investiture) as a rule in the context of a festive service and by knighting and being handed the Order’s mantle. The Order’s oath is to be sworn.
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The Order is an international community of men and women cherishing the revitalization of the traditions of the Knights’ Order and the continuity of their humanitarian work.
It refers to the traditions of various European  and worldwide Orders of the Holy Spirit especially the Order of the Rose of Sharon and Red Cross Knights.

The Order sees itself as a Christian community without denominational preference.
It strives to transfer chivalrous actions to modern times.

The order sees in its ranks personalities that excel in professional engagement and social volunteering.
To provide humanitarian aid at home and abroad, fostering international relationships, and supporting cultural projects are the most important tasks of the Order.

The Order is governed by the Grand Master who is assisted by the Order’s Executive Council and the Order’s Chapter. The Order is regionally subdivided into commanders’ offices which are governed by a commander appointed by the Grand Master.

All principal decisions are reached by the General Convention of the community of all knights and dames of the Order. Admission to the order requires the recommendation and support of at least two members of the Order. An appropriate period of time is followed by admission into the order (investiture) as a rule in the context of a festive service and by knighting and being handed the Order’s mantle. The Order’s oath is to be sworn.

life among the members of the Order is governed by the following principles:

  • Friendly relationship among each other
  • Trustworthiness
  • Modesty
  • Fairness
  • Solidarity among each other  and with the Order’s Executive Council/Governement
  • Council
  • Transparency
  • Unity of word and action