FAQs


Who inaugurated this movement and why?

The Knights of Pythagoras movement, originally the Chivalric Order of Knight Companions, was commenced by Masons representing The Grand Jurisdiction of Kansas and Colorado, in a conference held November 19, 1938.

It was adopted for universal use in the Grand Jurisdiction of Prince Hall Masons dispersed throughout the United States under the name “The Order of the Knights of Pythagoras,” at the National Conference of Grand Masters of Prince Hall Masons, under the leadership of Grand Master Amos T. Hall, President, held in Denver, Colorado, May 8-10, 1951.