What Does A CRUSADER Knight Look Like? Like This… by Mike Church
In a world of rainbow flag waving soyboy, anti-christ heathens, real men are needed but in short supply. Dod you have what it takes to be a CRUSADER Knight of The Holyr Rosary with me? Here’s what Saint Bernard of Clairvaux says a Knight does with his Saturday.
Their hair is worn short, in conformity with the Apostle’s saying
There is no distinction of persons among them, and deference is shown to merit rather than to noble blood. They rival one another in mutual consideration, and they carry one another’s burdens, thus fulfilling the law of Christ. No inappropriate word, idle deed, unrestrained laugh, not even the slightest whisper or murmur is left uncorrected once it has been detected.
They foreswear dice and chess, and abhor the chase; they take no delight in the ridiculous cruelty of falconry, as is the custom. As for jesters, magicians, bards, troubadours and jousters, they despise and reject them as so many vanities and unsound deceptions.
Their hair is worn short, in conformity with the Apostle’s saying, that it is shameful for a man to cultivate flowing locks. Indeed, they seldom wash and never set their hair – content to appear tousled and dusty, bearing the marks of the sun and of their armour. – Saint Bernard of Clairvaux