College Knights Join Together in Charity and FraternityNotre Dame Knights hold their annual Thanksgiving dinner for residents of the Corvilla home for people with developmental disabilities. The tradition has fostered strong ties between the two communities and highlight the Knights' steadfast defense of the dignity of those with physical and intellectual disabilities.
College Councils Newsletter – Vol. II Iss. II (Nov. 2015)Check out our latest newsletter with a recap of the College Councils Conference and information about applying for next year’s World Youth Day and next year’s College Councils Advisory Board. Also, be sure to check out what other councils across the continent have been doing this year!
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Race to 1,000 Campaign
This fall, the College Councils Department is challenging North American college councils to grow by 1,000 members between July 1 and December 31. If each council grows by 10 members, this goal can be reached. To track the progress and find out what your council can win by participating see the Contests and Promotions page.
The mission of the Knights of Columbus College Council Program is to promote the moral, intellectual and spiritual development of the future leaders of civil society, the Order, and the Church through witness to the Gospel and dedication to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism.
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