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Old 11-11-2014, 07:50 PM   #41
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The Pontifical Equestrian Order of St. Gregory the Great (Latin: Ordo Sancti Gregorii Magni, Italian: Ordine di San Gregorio Magno), was established on 1 September 1831, by Pope Gregory XVI, 7 months after his election to that seat by the College of Cardinals..

The Order of St. Gregory the Great is one of the five Orders of Knighthood of the Holy See. This special honor is bestowed upon Roman Catholic men and women (and sometimes in rare cases to non-Catholics) in recognition of their personal service to the Holy See and to the Roman Catholic Church, through their unusual labors, their support of the Holy See, and their excellent examples set forth in their communities and their countries..

The Order of St. Gregory the Great has four "classes" in civil and military divisions:

Knight/Dame Grand Cross of the First Class (GCSG/DCSG)
Knight/Dame Commander with Star (KC*SG/DC*SG)
Knight/Dame Commander (KCSG/DCSG)
Knight/Dame (KSG/DSG)

The motto of the Order of St. Gregory the Great is Pro Deo et Principe (For God and Prince)...


Knight/Dame Grand Cross of the First Class..

Sir George Bowyer, 6th Baronet, Knight Grand Cross.
Charles, Count of Limburg Stirum, Knight Grand Cross.
Abdón Cifuentes Knight Grand Cross of the First Class
João Carlos Saldanha de Oliveira Daun, 1st Duke of Saldanha, Knight Grand Cross of the First Class
Rodrigo Augusto da Silva, Knight Grand Cross of the First Class
George Forbes, 7th Earl of Granard, Knight Grand Cross.
Frank Hanna III, American entrepreneur and philanthropist
Riccardo Muti, 2012, conductor, Knight Grand Cross of the First Class
Thomas Stonor, 7th Lord Camoys, 2006, Knight Grand Cross, Lord Chamberlain
Otto von Habsburg, Knight Grand Cross, Archduke Otto of Austria was the last Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary.
Charles von Hügel, Knight Grand Cross
Count Christopher de Paus (1930)
Duke Carl Ludvig Fouché d'Otrante (1930)

Knight/Dame Commander with Star..

Arthur Calwell, Australian cabinet minister and former Labor Party leader
G. K. Chesterton, British essayist, poet, novelist, and historian
Dolores Hope, philanthropist and entertainer (Dame Commander of St. Gregory with Star)
Francis Martin O'Donnell, 2007, Ambassador and Knight of Malta, previously in UN service for 32 years
Gilbert Levine, 2005, American conductor
Gloria, Princess of Thurn and Taxis, 2008, Dame Commander with Star
Wilfred Von der Ahe, 1998, Knight Commander with Star, founder of Vons supermarket chain
Albert Gubay, 2011, Knight Commander with Star, founder of Kwik Save supermarket chain

Knight/Dame Commander...

Carol Benesch, Silesian and Romanian architect, KCSG
Patrick Burns, 1914, Canadian rancher, meat magnate, and senator
Matt Busby, CBE, manager of Manchester United
Roy E. Disney, 1998
Bob Hope, 1998, American entertainer (convert to Catholicism)
John Hume, 2012, Irish politician and co-recipient of the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize
Maurice Gerard Moynihan, 1959, Secretary of the Government of the Irish Free State and Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland
Charles Poletti, 1945, Governor of New York, Army officer in charge of post World War II civil affairs in Italy
John J. Raskob, financial executive and businessman (DuPont, General Motors); built the Empire State Building
Carlo Emanuele Ruspoli, 3rd Duke of Morignano, 2004.
Paul Salamunovich, 1969, American choral conductor and expert on Gregorian chant
Jimmy Savile OBE, 1990, English Radio DJ and television presenter/broadcaster (at present subject to a request for annulment from the Archbishop of Westminster)
Roger Wagner, American choral conductor
Mordecai Waxman, 1998, Prominent rabbi in the Conservative movement

Knight/Dame..

Carl A. Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus
Luis Antonio Eguiguren Escudero, Peruvian Politician and Lawyer.
Walter Annenberg, created TV Guide
Július Binder, 2004, civil engineer and member of Slovak parliament
Thomas Bodkin, lawyer, art historian, art collector and curator
Joanna Bogle, 2013, British journalist and author
Angelo Branca, 1977, Canadian judge
Frank Carson, noted Irish comedian and philanthropist
Henry Cooper, 1978, British boxer.
John A. Creighton, 1898, businessman and philanthropist in Omaha.
John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute
Leo Crowley, 1929 director U.S. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Isidore Dockweiler, 1924 – Philanthropist and statesman
W. Patrick Donlin, American judge and Supreme Advocate of the Knights of Columbus
Hermanegild Marcos Antonio Drago, Pakistani physician
John W. Gallivan, publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune
Hector P. Garcia, Mexican-American civil rights leader
Henryk Górecki, Polish composer
Myles Keogh, 1861, Irish papal soldier – served in Italy and the United States
Leon Klenicki, 2007, American rabbi who advocated interfaith relations
Kenneth Langone, American investment banker
Dorothy Leavey, American philanthropist
Ricardo Montalbán,1998, Mexican-born American-based actor and philanthropist
Colin Mawby, 2006, English chorale conductor and composer
Adolfo Müller-Ury, 1923, Swiss-born American portrait painter
Rupert Murdoch, 1998
Alfred O'Rahilly, 1954, Irish academic and author
Frank Patterson, 1984, noted Irish tenor
Dr. Manuel de la Pila Iglesias (1932), a Puerto Rican physician
Gil J. Puyat, Senate President of the Philippines, Educator, Businessman, Philanthropist.
Joseph Ryelandt, Belgian composer
Eunice Kennedy Shriver, 2006, American, founder of the Special Olympics
Michael Somare, 1992, Papua New Guinean, first prime minister of Papua New Guinea
Ann Noreen Widdecombe, British politician..


The inaugural brief states, in part, that "gentlemen of proven loyalty to the Holy See who, by reason of their nobility of birth and the renown of their deeds or the degree of their munificence, are deemed worthy to be honoured by a public expression of esteem on the part of the Holy See". The end of the brief states that they must progressively maintain, by continued meritorious deed, the reputation and trust they had already inspired, and prove themselves worthy of the honor that had been conferred on them, by unswerving fidelity to God and to the sovereign Pontiff...

Anders is a worn lunar impact crater that is located in the southern hemisphere on the far side of the Moon.. It lies just to the southeast of the outer rim of the huge walled basin named Apollo.. To the south-southeast is the crater Leavitt...


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_o...gory_the_Great
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=178784&page=3
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showt...=96009&page=11

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