Em. Kt. Douglas Miller Registrar
It has come to my
attention that some of you may have sent your dues to our past registrar, Rt. E.
Kt. Maurice Jenkins. As he has recently passed away, your cheques may have been
lost due to the troubling circumstances of Tedís life during January and
February. If you think your payment may fall into this category, please contact
me at 613-924-9068.
If you receive your summons via email, I
will resend this copy in September as this summons covers our next two
E. K. Registrar Douglas Miller
Knights Templar Charitable Foundation Of Canada
The need for your assistance to the Foundation has never been greater
is today. A Tax Receipt will be issued for every contribution of $10.00
Those who benefit from the Foundation will appreciate your assistance.
consider this as one of your charities. The Registrar has appropriate
Em. Kt. Douglas Miller Registrar
Knights Templar Charitable Foundation
Please note the
changed mailing address
for the Registrar is now
544 Lower Oak Leaf Road
If you move please let the Registrar know your new address,
number of Summons are returned each month marked address unknown.
I trust you would like to know the happenings of your Preceptory.
Also please forward your email address to the registrar for emailed
Douglas Miller, Registrar
DID YOU KNOW
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Knowledge is awareness of facts,
data and information.
the ability of our minds to properly apply the knowledge which we've
accumulated when the situation or circumstances requires it.
Knowledge teaches us
that to be forthright is to proceed straight on, to go straight to the
point without ambiguity or hesitation. Wisdom teaches us to be tactful and
diplomatic. Many men possess great quantities of Masonic Knowledge. The
number is significantly lower of those who possess great wisdom in
(begun by Sir Kt. Michael Millard)
| Harrington Perceptory # 14 was named after Very
Eminent Knight Thomas Douglas Harrington. It was chartered in 1871 in
Trenton, Ontario and moved to Almonte and finally North Bay, Ontario in
1893. Not only was V. Em. Kt. Harrington at the very first meeting of the
Provincial Grand conclave for Canada in 1855, but his death was mentioned
in the Proceedings in 1882. What is important about this is that
Harrington Preceptory was named after him while he was still alive.
Current Statutes only allow the naming of a Preceptory after someone who
is no longer living.
As a matter of interest, the next time you are in the Masonic
Complex of Prescott look at the picture of Thomas Douglas Harrington who
by the way lived in Prescott and is presently resting in Blue church Yard.
| The Order of Malta, which is the second Order of Knights
Templar still exists in its original form in Rome. The Masonic Knights of
Malta and the Papal Knights, wear approximately the same Mantles and gear.
This is only one of the Orders of Knighthood which continued its existence.
Did you know: Doants were a class of men who were attached to the 0rder Of
St. John of Jerusalem or Knights of Malta. They did not take the vows of the
Order, but were employed in different offices of the convent and hospital.
In token of their connection with the order, they were allowed to wear a
cloak called a Demi-cross.
NB. All descriptions, misrepresentations and opinions
are strictly those of the author.