COLUMBIAN SQUIRE ROSE CIRCLE 01, ST. MARY OF SORROWS CATHOLIC CHURCH, KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 8600
 

 

 

 

This page is currently undergoing a revision. The following is brief information.

 

The Columbian Squire Roses is a Catholic Youth Leadership Organization of young ladies between the ages of 10 and 18 that support the church, community, families and friends.  For further information on how to join this circle please contact our Youth Coordinator: Council Officers.

 
 
The Emblem of the Columbian Squire Roses symbolizes the ideals which identify a Squire Rose. Centered in a circle is the cross of Christ, with the letters “F,” “W,” “S,” and “C.” These symbolize Family, Wisdom, Spiritual, and Civic growth that occurs within the Squire Roses. Within the triangle are the letters “S,” representing Service, “R,” for Responsibility, “C,” for Christ, and “K,” for the Knights of Columbus, by whom the Squires Roses program is sponsored. The triangle, the most stable geometric shape, is a representation of the Holy Trinity. A red rose adorns the emblem, symbolic of womanhood and of blossoming life. The emblem is encircled with a golden ring, signifying the value and perpetuity of the group, and that all within are equal. Upon the ring is the motto of the Squire Roses – “With Grace and Dignity We Stand as One.”