ANNUAL AND BIENNIAL MASSES

Holy Masses

Holy Mass is an important part of the Knights life, firstly as Catholics of course, but it is also fundamental to our special occasions. When probationary Knights are ready to be elevated to full Knighthood we arrange a service with the Clergy to perform the ritual in front of their Family and Friends. Further details can be found on our ‘members only’ pages.

Annual Mass

Knights across Great Britain hold at least two annual Masses.

Feast day of St Columba - we hold Masses on/around 9th June which is the feast of Saint Columba. This is a chance to celebrate his life and give thanks for his legacy.

Annual Deceased Members Mass - this often around the time of the National Remembrance Day in November. This is chance to remember all the Brothers that have passed away in the last year in that Council/Province, and over the previous years, plus remembering their Widows and families that have passed away and who supported them in their mission. We invite their living Widows and families to this event. A social gathering is usually arranged for afterwards.

Biennial Masses

Every two years, hundreds of Knights from across Great Britain come together at a deceased members Mass at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral. This is chance to remember all the Brothers that have passed away in the last year across the Order, and over the previous years, plus their Widows and families that supported them in their mission. We invite their Widows and families to this event. A social gathering is usually arranged for afterwards.

During the service a remembrance book is made available to view. It lists all the Brothers of the Order and the date they passed to their eternal rest. It is important that we remember them and give thanks.

Read about our 2021 Biennial Mass HERE

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