About the Order The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and Malta is one of the oldest institutions of Western and Christian civilization. The 13,500 Knights and Dames remain true to its inspiring principles – nurturing, witnessing and protecting the faith and serving the poor and the sick.
The American Association Founded in 1927 as the first association of the Order of Malta in the Americas, the association is headquartered in New York City with over 2,000 Knights, Dames and volunteers in over 30 Areas working with the poor, sick, and incarcerated and giving witness to the Catholic faith.
Spirituality Knights and Dames join the Order of Malta to pursue their spiritual growth over a path laid out by Blessed Gerard more than nine hundred years ago, seeking to nurture and witness the Faith and assist the sick and the poor.
Spirituality in Action Members are involved in hands-on work at over 100 hundred organizations, including food banks, hospitals, pregnancy support centers, homeless shelters and mentoring programs for at risk children.
Welcome to the Dallas Area of the Order of Malta. The Order of Malta is a lay, religious order of the Roman Catholic Church, which seeks to glorify God by promoting the sanctification of each member through his or her work with the sick and the poor and witness of the Catholic faith.
This is one of over 30 Areas of the Order of Malta, American Association USA, created in 1927.
Twice a year, local members provide dinner and a presentation for Catholic students at the Southern Methodist University.
Members from the Dallas Area represented the Order of Malta, American Association at the 87th Annual Educational Conference of the Catholic Medical Association in Dallas, Texas.
The 2018 Celebration of the Feast of St. John the Baptist with His Excellency, Bishop Edward Burns.
Members celebrating Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and the World Day of the Sick.
Several Knights and Dames participated in our Lenten Day of Reflection at the Montserrat Jesuit Retreat House.