RSS Feeds

An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a regularly updated summary of Web content, along with links to full versions of that content.

By subscribing to our RSS feeds through an RSS reader, you’ll receive a summary of our new content as soon as we post it.

At this time we offer feeds for:

Knights of Columbus News Releases

Articles from the online edition of Columbia, including monthly messages from Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson and Supreme Chaplain William E. Lori.

Transcripts of the live monthly online discussions on selections to The Supreme Knight’s Book Club.

Catholic Information Service Hart and Veritas Podcasts   RSS feeds are available through iTunes. (iTunes feed) Or you can use other podcast aggregators such as Add to Google or Add to My Yahoo!. Some aggregators may call for our  file.

To start seeing our RSS feeds, you need to download an RSS Reader (there are a lot of free ones available) or create an account at an online feed reader application. Yahoo and Google provide a list of RSS readers.

Yahoo’s list of RSS Readers

Google’s list of RSS Readers

What are the benefits of using RSS?

RSS is an easy way for you to be alerted as soon as Knights of Columbus, podcasts, news or Columbia articles are posted online.

You can also add our feeds to your council, assembly or circle Web site so that it, too, can offer the latest information from the Supreme Council.