The Order in a few words for the press

In this section you will find bibliographical suggestions and reference documents for those wishing to study the history of the Order and issues relating to it.
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Local news

Symposium marks 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate declaration
Source: Lieutenancy of England
and Wales


Future pilgrimages during the Jubilee Year

Source: Lieutenancy USA Southwestern

Media

In addition to the publications edited by the Order’s Communication Service and press material, this page includes "suggested reading": links to the news of the local reality of the Order around the world, a bibliographic corner and articles from other sources describing the activities of our members.
 

The Grand Magisterium of the Order publishes an annual journal, Jerusalem Cross, and a quarterly newsletter (click here to subscribe to the newsletter) in which you can find information on the life of the Church, our institution, the Holy Land and the various Lieutenancies and Magistral Delegations present in the five continents. Moreover, we periodically publish themed booklets, such as, this year, the spiritual booklet, "Being with our Lord: an hour of adoration during the pilgrimage to Jerusalem".

Jerusalem Cross 2016

The annual magazine

 

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The quarterly Newsletter

Being with Our Lord 2017_border

The spiritual booklet

This section is dedicated to articles in the media about the life of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre around the world. We would ask Order members to help contribute to this section by highlighting local initiatives covered in the press that represent both the "culture of encounter" in the Holy Land as well as the participation of Knights and Dames the life of their own dioceses.


The Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem’s Eastern Lieutenancy of the United States welcomed 107 new members at St. Patrick’s Cathedral (New York) on November 18
(Catholic New York)


Five Bahamians Invested as Knights and Ladies of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre
(The Bahamas Weekly)