Order of St. Luke the Evangelist

The Order of St. Luke the Evangelist is a Karno-Ruthenian civil order established in 2017, and recognises activities in the fields of education, science, culture, arts, higher education, research and the protection of the environment.

Royal Order of St. Luke the Evangelist
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Medal of the Order of St. Luke the Evangelist
Awarded by the
Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia
Type State order
Awarded for Recognition of activities in the fields of culture, folklore, art, science and the protection of the environment.
Status Currently constituted
Grand Master Emperor-King Oscar
Grades (w/ post-nominals) Recipient
Statistics
Established 11 July 2017
24 December 2019 (reestablished)
First induction 01 August 2017
Last induction 24 December 2019
Distinct recipients 06
Precedence
Next (higher) Order of Legislative Merit
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Ribbon of the Order

The order was created on 11 June 2017 by royal decree n. 004/2017 by Thomas I, King of Cumagne. The order has its name derived from St. Luke the Evangelist, one of the Four Evangelists — the four traditionally ascribed authors of the canonical Gospels. The Roman Catholic Church and other major denominations venerate him as Saint Luke the Evangelist and as a patron saint of artists, physicians, surgeons, students and butchers.

The order became obsolete in Karnia-Ruthenia on 25 October 2017, when Cumagne signed the Second Treaty of Nison and become an independent micronation again. Due the mentioned treaty, the Emperor-King remained as "Grand Master of the Order of St. Luke the Evangelist", but the order wasn't conferred again in Karnia-Ruthenia until 24 December 2019, due the Christmas's Honors List that granted the Order for the first time in two years and was placed above the Order of Legislative Merit and with just one Grand Master.

Grand Master of the OrderEdit

2017 - currentEdit

RecipientsEdit

2017Edit

  1.   His Excellency, Dominic Desaintes, President of St. Castin.
  2.   His Royal Highness, Prince Bernard of Austrasia.
  3.   His Royal Highness, Grand Duke Niels of Flandrensis.
  4.   Mr. Michel Vichat.

2019Edit

  1.   His Highness, Johannes, Prince of Petrobourg-Laurenstadt.

See alsoEdit