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The Meaning of Membership in K.Y.C.H.

Knights of the York Cross of Honour is a honorary group of York Rite Masons who are dedicated to serving the Masonic Fraternity as a Labor of Love.  No individual should aspire to membership in KYCH, when he has done the required work, and done it well, he will be invited to membership. Those who labor properly will be rewarded by being invited.


Membership in the Knights of the York Cross of Honour cannot be applied for, it cannot be bought or sought.  In order to be considered for membership, a proposed candidate must have served as:


     Worshipful Master of a Masonic Lodge

     High Priest of a Royal Arch Chapter

     Thrice Illustrious Master of a Council of Royal and Select Masters

     Eminent Commander of a Commandery of Knights Templar   


The meaning of membership in K.Y.C.H. can best be explained by a closing statement of Most Eminent Knight Donald E. Friend, Grand Master General, at his Convent General Session in 1995 , "As a Knight of the York Cross of Honour, you are a proven servant of the Masonic Fraternity , your inspiration has came from your Past, your duty is in the present , your Hope is in the Future, I ask you always to remember—In all you do , In all you say, In all of your actions, take a good look at yourself, you are someone's impression of Freemasonry ".


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