Assessing The Squire

Assessing The Squire

What does it take to join the Knights of St. John? I can recall my own entry into our holy and noble order. It was a summer night, sitting by a campfire with a mentor and friend. I was a young man struggling to find a place in my church to rely on other men, to be...
See, Feel, and Believe

See, Feel, and Believe

A Blessed Divine Mercy Sunday to my brothers around the world. Today’s Gospel reading from John has numerous lessons for the faithful. The forgiveness and retention of sins, the appearance of Christ, peace. Most importantly there is a message of trust and...

Easter Greetings from Rev. Osei

Dear brothers, Happy Easter! We have every reason to be most happy when we celebrate the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. I hope that when we greet each other, “Happy Easter,” we would really mean it and know what is behind that greeting. With Easter, we...
Good Friday – The Five Wounds

Good Friday – The Five Wounds

Good Friday, the commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, a combination of the most somber day in our salvation history and the joy we experience in knowing that the Resurrection has defeated death and sin. Reflecting on the five wounds of Christ allows us to...
Holy Thursday and the Eucharist

Holy Thursday and the Eucharist

This evening begins the Sacred Triduum, where Catholics commemorate the final days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth. Knights from around the world will gather at masses in their home parish to bear witness to their work and stand guard at the altar of repose. It...
Discerning God’s Call

Discerning God’s Call

A quick search on Amazon regarding decision making brings up a result of over 50 pages of books on the process. You can find them in traditional book format, eBooks, and even audio books. They all fall into the category of self-help, and are designed to help you make...