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Website Review: The Knights of the Holy Eucharist

A review based on: http://knightsoftheholyeucharist.com/

Description

The Knights of the Holy Eucharist is a community of lay brothers loyal to the Holy Father, consecrated to Mary, and dedicated to adoring Our Eucharistic King and promoting reverent devotion to Him. They came into existence on July 25, 1998, when Mother Angelica saw the need for hard-working, God-loving, dedicated men to serve the growing, pressing, permanent needs of the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, Alabama. Called to serve at Masses, Healing Services, and Benediction, the Knights give public witness to the profound reverence and devotion befitting such sacred service. They also provide assistance, tours, and talks to the many pilgrims who visit the Shrine.

The website offers a number of resources which include Church documents and articles.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 02/21/2013

  1. Fidelity: Excellent
  2. Resources: Good
  3. Useability: Excellent

Strengths

Weaknesses

None Reported.

Categories

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More Information

Knights of the Holy Eucharist
3222 County Road 548
Hanceville, AL 35077
USA

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