Becoming a Knight of the Holy Eucharist
If you are interested in becoming a Knight of the Holy Eucharist, please send us a letter including an application.
The Coat of Arms of the Knights of the Holy Eucharist.
HANCEVILLE, Ala. (Catholic Online) - To become a Knight of the Holy Eucharist, a young man must meet the following requirements:
1. Be a single male Catholic in good standing with no legal responsibilities.
2. Have good physical and mental stability.
3. Be between the ages of 17 and 21.
4. Be a high school graduate.
5. Have the ability to perform strenuous manual labor.
6. Have a desire to serve and not to be served.
If you are interested in becoming a Knight of the Holy Eucharist, please send us a letter including an application (available on the website), a recent photograph of yourself, and a statement or essay stating why you are considering the possibility of becoming a Knight.
For more information, contact:
Knights of the Holy Eucharist
Attn.: Brother David
3222 County Road 548
Hanceville, AL 35077
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