The Making of a Sir Knight

Mar 30 2008 - VID00013 0 00 19-06The Fourth Degree is the pinnacle of the Knights of Columbus.  It is a special group of men who want to promote and display patriotism, be even more active in their church community and the knights, and to take on the hardest challenges facing Catholic men and families.

They form honor guards, provide support for special and Bishop’s masses, raise funds for special projects, visit hospitals, visit VA hospitals and veterans, lead parades, and attend events that promote and honor Life.

All members of the Fourth Degree must be a member of a council before joining a local assembly of Fourth Degree Sir Knights.  Of course, a candidate must be a member of his council’s Third Degree.

On February 28, a Fourth Degree Exemplification ceremony is being held for
brothers who are third degree can become part of our Assembly upon
completing this patriotic degree.

It takes place in Fayetteville at St. Patrick’s Church and starts at 10 am.
Candidates need to be there by 9:30 to check in.

If any brother knight wishes to apply, the local assembly will get an application to them throughout this week into the weekend, ending on February 22nd.

The Assembly’s Faithful Navigator, Jim Boyd, can be contacted directly at 919.932-9440 at home or 919.863-4811 at work.

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