I was recently in Rome for the Triduum, and was intrigued by a religious order of monks (brothers?) at Santa Maria Maggiore. For Holy Thursday Mass, they carried the canopy under which the Eucharist was transferred to the tabernacle for adoration: they had a rather military aspect, with tall black boots, a brown scapular, and a thick rope around the waist. Upon the scapular was a fleur-di-lis, with a white right side and a red left side (seen facing them.) They also wore a pin with a medal upon it of some sort, and their hair was cropped close. I had thought that perhaps they were something like the Knights of Columbus, but was told that they were an order from South America (though the sister who told me wasn’t quite sure.) Does anyone happen to be familiar with them?