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    CRP Webpage Training Video

    The COVID Recovery Program (CRP) helps focuses on resuming operations in a way that inspires members and parishioners to become reinvolved with Church and community activities. Click here to learn more.

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    COVID Recovery Program

    The COVID Recovery Program (CRP) focuses on resuming operations in a way that inspires members and parishioners to become reinvolved with Church and community activities. The CRP has three key elements: parish support, interactions between state and local councils, and fraternal engagement. This page provides CRP information and resources for state leaders, district deputies and council leaders.

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    Defend Life in Canada

    The fight to defend life knows no borders. Join your brother Knights in efforts to replace a culture of death with a culture of life and love. To get involved, view the National March for Life’s series of online events (May 2 -16) or pray the Novena for the Cause of Life in Canada leading up to the March (May 5-13).

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    Council Voting and Elections

    Councils should hold elections between May 1 and June 15. Due to ongoing restrictions, some councils may need to hold these virtually this year. Prior to doing so, please refer to the guidelines on the Virtual Operations page. Additionally, as soon as a council holds elections they can report their elected officers via Member Management, accessed through the Officers Online application.

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    May 2021 Columbia

    Catholics in the Philippines, including the country’s more than 470,000 Knights, celebrate five centuries of faith in 2021. This month, Columbia looks at the notable role the Order has played in the archipelago nation since 1905 and some of the ways Knights are marking the jubilee year. The issue also features stories from Mexico, where a shrine to honor the Mexican martyrs nears completion; from Poland, where relics of Blessed Michael McGivney are drawing crowds; and from Canada, where a council of Chinese heritage is building bridges between generations and cultures.

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    Watch KnightCast On-Demand

    Don’t miss out on this new, exclusive member benefit! KnightCast is a video series that shares timely, compelling information to promote personal development and faith formation. Sign up to watch previous episodes of KnightCast and be notified with new episodes are available!

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    Enduring Faith

    Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholicism dives deep into the rich contribution of Native American Catholics. 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.

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