The Squire Roses are a youth fraternity run by individual State Councils within the Knights of Columbus, for Catholic ladies between the ages of 10 and 18. With the Squires (young men) and Squire Roses (young women), they combine to make the Columbian Squires.
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... In 1996 the Virginia State Council of Knights of Columbus endorsed the Squire Roses as the official youth group for young ladies, aged 10 to 18, in the Commonwealth of Virginia ... Since then the Squire Roses have expanded into new Knights of Columbus jurisdictions, growing in both size and stature ... The Squire Roses have their own ceremonials, logo, and slogan, each similar yet distinct from the Squires ...
... The Squire Roses are a youth sorority run by individual State Councils within the Knights of Columbus, for Catholic girls between the ages of 10 and 19 ... They are a sister organization to the Squires ... The Squire Roses were created in 1996 by adoption of the Virginia State Council of Knights of Columbus ...
... The Columbian Squire Roses emblem symbolizes the ideals which identify a Squire Rose ... These symbolize Family, Wisdom, Spiritual, and Civic growth that occurs within the Squire Roses ... for Responsibility, “C,” for Christ, and “K,” for the Knights of Columbus, by whom the Squires Roses program is sponsored ...
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“Say that she rail, why then Ill tell her plain
She sings as sweetly as a nightingale.
Say that she frown, Ill say she looks as clear
As morning roses newly washed with dew.
Say she be mute, and will not speak a word,
Then Ill commend her volubility,
And say she uttereth piercing eloquence.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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And our Sophias are not so emphatic,
But fair as then, or fairer to behold.
We have no accomplishd blackguards, like Tom Jones,
But gentlemen in stays, as stiff as stones.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)