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Welcome to the website of the North Central USA Lieutenancy of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. The geographical area covered by the North Central Lieutenancy is shown in the image to the right — it includes the States of Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin. If you are looking for information about the Order's activities elsewhere in the United States, links to a map showing the territories covered by and to the websites of other US Lieutenancies can be found on the dropdown 'Contacts & Links' menu above, and general information about the Order can be found on www.holysepulchre.net.

 

 

 

2019 Investiture: September 27-29, 2019


     The 2019 Investiture will be held in Dearborn, Michigan. The local host team, led by Sir James Hicks and Dame Jacqueline Hicks, has planned a wonderful weekend.  

     All meetings, meals and lodging will be at the luxurious Henry Hotel (the former Ritz Carlton Hotel) in Dearborn. The promotion ceremony and memorial Mass will be celebrated on Saturday at the historically significant Ste. Anne de Detroit Church.  (Ste Anne is the oldest continuing operating Catholic parish in America.)  The investiture will take place at the Church of the Divine Child in Dearborn on Sunday.  Inasmuch as Dearborn is the worldwide headquarters of Ford Motor Company there will be a special outing to the Automotive Hall of Fame Museum on Friday evening.  
    

     To make your reservation click on the following link: Book your group rate for Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem EOHSJ.  By clicking on this link the Henry Hotel website will be made available to you.  Please use the special code EOS to obtain the discount rate of $129 per night plus taxes.  There is plenty of free parking immediately adjacent to the hotel.  alternatively, you can call the hotel reservation desk at 313-441-2000.  The rooms will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. 

     If you still need assistance, you may contact Jim Hicks (T) 586-925-2389 (E) hicksx2@att.net and/or Jacqueline Hicks (T) 248-620-2131 (E) hicksx2@comcast.net .  If you still need additional assistance feel free to contact Lieutenant Max Brown at (T) 708-420-6886 or (E) Dr.Tort@comcast.net .

    

2018 Annual Meeting:  NEW BYLAWS APPROVED

     The 2018 Annual Meeting of the North Central Lieutenancy was held on October 21, 2018 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Among numerous items covered in a very full agenda was consideration of a new set of bylaws.  The draft bylaws presented were unanimously approval by the members attending the meeting.  For a copy of the approved bylaws click on this link bylaws .

 

2019 Pilgrimage

     The next North Central Lieutenancy Pilgrimage will be leaving on March 6, 2019 and returning on March 19, 2019.  Click on this for the 2019 brochure or you may contact our Pilgrim Master Fr. James McIlhone at 847-987-6875 or jmcilhone@yahoo.com. 


2018 Spring Issue of The Page


     The spring issue of The Page is now available — copies have been mailed to all Active Members. Click on the following links for this and previous editions of the Lieutenancy’s Newsletter and of the Order's Annual Magazine and Newsletters: The Lieutenancy Newsletter Page and the Order News Page.


Education Pages Update


       This section will be updated in the near future.

    
Good Friday Collection Project


     We would like to thank all those who contributed to and participated in this year's Good Friday Collection project. For further information about this project, please contact the organizers.


Members' Area


     The Members' Area is available for Registration and browsing. You will normally need to be a Member of the North Central Lieutenancy to access this area.


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