Celebrate the Year of St. Joseph with these new resources!
Visit kofc.org/beatification to view and utilize a number of resources to help your council celebrate Father McGivney's feast day with the parish community
The Semiannual Council Audit (#1295) is due on Aug. 15. Watch this training video on how to complete and submit this form for your council.
The Coats for Kids programs is a staple Knights of Columbus program. As a reminder, when ordering coats this year, full payment is required upon “check out” with a credit or debit card. For this reason, we are strongly encouraging councils to begin their fundraising initiatives for this fall and winter’s distribution. For more information about pricing, coat styles or to purchase coats, please visit Knightsgear.com in the United States and Knightsgear.ca in Canada. For more information on the charging policy, council officers should refer to the Officer’s Desk Reference on Officers Online.
Thurs., Aug. 22 at 8:00 PM EDT
All councils are called to be Faith in Action councils, that is councils who through their programs and events seek to provide for those in need and evangelize the Gospel. In this webinar, we will review the Faith in Action program model and available program resources as well as discuss ways for your council to be visible and known as a Faith in Action council.
It’s been 100 years since the first copy of Columbia was printed in the summer of 1921. This month’s issue provides a glimpse of how the magazine has informed, formed and entertained Knights, their families and other readers over the last century. In preparation for Blessed Michael McGivney’s first feast day Aug. 13, the issue also includes articles highlighting the founder’s priestly ministry after leaving New Haven, Conn., and several of the growing number of favors reported by people who have asked for his intercession.
The Knights of Columbus 139th Supreme Convention is Aug. 3-4. You can follow along with all the news and watch the Opening Mass, Annual Report of the Supreme Knight, Supreme Knight’s Award Session, and Memorial Mass online. Be sure to also follow along and pray the International Novena to Blessed Michael McGivney from Aug. 4-12 in preparation for our Founder’s Feast Day on Aug. 13!
Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics explores the rich legacy of faith among Native Americans. Discover how in the 16th century, Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared to an Indigenous elder as a mestiza woman and generated the largest conversion in world history. Hear the inspiring story of the first canonized Native American saint, St. Kateri Tekakwitha. Learn about a 20th century Lakota healer, Nicholas Black Elk, whose cause for canonization is currently open in Rome.
This film will inspire in viewers a deeper appreciation for the spiritual and cultural gifts of Native American Catholics, a greater awareness of the wrongs inflicted upon them by the unjust policies of the British and American governments, and a sense of hope at how Native American Catholics continue to live out their faith in fully enculturated ways today. Above all, it offers a missing piece to the greater story of Catholicism in America and a beautiful example of how Christ reveals himself through the uniqueness of every culture.
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