32° Knight Commander of the Court of Honor (KCCH)

The Rank and Decoration of Knight Commander of the Court of Honor is conferred by the Supreme Council upon 32° Masons who have rendered commendable service to the Rite. This rank and designation is not a degree and is not a "stepping stone" to the 33°, although a member must be a KCCH for at least 46 months before being eligible to be nominated to receive the 33°. The members who hold it are designated 32° KCCH. Their cap is RED with a Passion Cross in the center of the front.

Living Members       Former Members

  
   
 

33° Inspectors General Honorary

The 33° is conferred by the Supreme Council upon 32° KCCH members of the Rite in recognition of exemplary service to the Rite, or in public life, to the principles taught in the Degrees. These 33° Masons are Inspectors General and Honorary Members of the Supreme Council. Their cap is WHITE with a slanting red Patriarchal Cross without crosslets in the center of the front.

Living Members      Former Members

  
   
 

33° Grand Cross of the Court of Honor (GCCH)

The Grand Cross of the Court of Honor is conferred by the Supreme Council upon 33° Masons for signal services and unusual merit. This rank and designation is not a degree, and members who hold it are designated 33° GCCH or 33° GC. Their cap is WHITE with a band of blue velvet with a Teutonic Cross in the center of the front.

Living Member     Former Member

       
 

Supreme Council Appointed Officer

The Sovereign Grand Commander of the Supreme Council may appoint such other officers from the Honorary Membership, as he may designate, including Grand Stewards, Grand Organist, and Grand Tyler, all of whom shall serve at his will and pleasure. See Article VI, Section 1 (2) and Section 28 of the Statutes of the Supreme Council.

Appointed Officer

      
 

Fellow of Scottish Rite Research Society

The Scottish Rite Research Society is Freemasonry's fastest-growing research group. Those designated as "Fellows" have made significant contributions to the advancement of Scottish Rite research.

Fellow of SRRS

      
 

The Albert Gallatin Mackey Awards for Excellence in Masonic Scholarship
and for Lifetime Achievement

The Scottish Rite Research Society awards the Albert Gallatin Mackey Award for Excellence in Masonic Scholarship to Masonic authors who distinguish themselves through significant works related either to Masonry in general or the Scottish Rite in particular. The Albert Gallatin Mackey Award for Lifetime Achievement is awarded to Masonic authors, as its name suggests, for significant and continued achievement in this regard.

Mackey Awards Recipient