by Colin J. McNeil 2/14/2021 Shortly after Father Michael J. McGivney was beatified in 2020, Supreme Knight Carl A.Anderson remarked, "The gift of Father McGivney's beatification presents to us a greatresponsibility - to be faithful and productive stewards of his legacy." Now, as Supreme Knight Anderson's 20-year tenure draws to a close, Father McGivney's legacy … Continue reading “Honored, Thankful, and Blessed”: Patrick E. Kelly Elected 14th Supreme Knight
Brother Knights of Council 10910, on Saturday, October 31, 2020, Father Michael J. McGivney, the founder of the Knights of Columbus, will be one step closer to Sainthood as he is beatified through a special Mass in the Connecticut birthplace of the Knights of Columbus. As pastor of St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, this … Continue reading Beatification of Father McGivney
It's official. All three Knights of Columbus Degree Ceremonials have been combined into one public ceremony.
Many people in the Gulf Coast of Texas are reeling from the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey this weekend. Thousands have evacuated their homes, many of which have been damaged or destroyed.
The Catholic News Service reported today that Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said that the Knights of Columbus is well-positioned to follow Pope Francis' witness of "love for the sick, the suffering and the poor."
Help the Knights of Columbus mend the tone of America's political discourse. Responding to Americans' growing frustration with campaign rhetoric and the tone of the national discourse, the Knights of Columbus has launched a national, non-partisan initiative to give voice to Americans' desire for civility in public discourse.
Three Catholic television networks and two Catholic radio networks will provide live coverage of the 128th Supreme Convention in Washington, DC, August 3-5, 2010. Broadcast radio is with EWTN Radio and SirusXM Radio's Catholic channel. Television coverage is with: EWTN Television Canada's Salt & Light TV Boston-based Catholic TV Can't attend the convention? Then just … Continue reading 2010 Supreme Convention Broadcast
An American priest of humble beginning pulled local men together to provide for the families of deceased parishioners. That beginning has created a world-wide organization of men serving their local priests, their parishes and their communities. On Saturday, March 15th, the Pope declared Fr. Michael J. McGivney a "Venerable Servant of God." This declaration is … Continue reading Father Michael J. McGivney Declared “Venerable”