Order of the Knights of Rizal - Bahrain Chapter
|About||The Bahrain Chapter of the Order of the Knights of Rizal was founded in 2003 and is under the umbrella of the Middle East and Africa Region. Order of the Knights of Rizal was established under the Republic Act 646.|
The Order of the Knights of Rizal is a civic and patriotic organization with it's International Headquarter based in Manila, Philippines created under the Republic Act 646 to honor and uphold the ideals of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal.
Established on December 30, 1911, the organization was granted a legislative charter by the President of the Philippines by Republic Act 646.
It is also the Philippines’ only Order of Knighthood. Since its founding the organization has grown to over 10,000 members belonging to chapters located in countries throughout the world including Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Czech Republic, France (four Chapters), Germany, Italy, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Thailand, United Kingdom, Vietnam and the United States.
Kingdom of Bahrain Chapter
The Kingdom of Bahrain Chapter was established in (Date) by (founder’s name). This chapter is under the jurisdiction of the Middle East Area Regional Command and has been active in the various regional programs.
Below are the current officers of the Order of the Knights of Rizal – Kingdom of Bahrain Chapter
Bahrain and Saudi Arabia Area Commander Sir Alex Ginete, KCR
Chapter Commander Sir Alberto Quinto, KCR
Deputy Chapter Commander Sir Carlito Bugarin, KCR
Chancellor Sir Nestor Sabaricos Ballano, KCR
Pursuivant Sir Roberto Jesus Carrillo, KR
Deputy Pursuivant Sir Geronimo Salem, KOR
Exchequer Sir Ding Zafe, KOR
Archivist Sir Adoniram Gabuna, KOR
Prefectural Tribunal Head Sir Lito Calimlim Doblado, KCR
Sir Elpidio Quitevis, KCR
Sir Wilfredo Carpio, KCR
Sir Antonio Zamudio, KCR
|Mission||To inculcate and propagate the teachings of our national hero not only to the Filipinos, but to foreign nationals as well, and to promote the spirit of Rizalian virtues, patriotism and internationalism and engage in educational, civic, social and cultural endeavors.|