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Fraternal Leader Training Webinars

Join the staff of the Fraternal Mission Department as we discuss relevant topics for effective council operation, membership recruitment and conducting charitable outreach programs that engage council members and build a stronger council. All Knights of Columbus members are welcome to join us.

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We record and archive each webinar so that fraternal leaders can participate at a time and place convenient to them.



Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern – “Linking Council Action to our Founder”

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Understanding both our Founder’s Vision and our Mission allows all of us as members to recall the reasons why our Order was established in 1882 and why each individual council was chartered afterwards. What is most important is the “council culture” each step in our development.

It is clear that at the outset, Father McGivney’s priorities for the Order were to have an impact on the Church, family, parish and broader community. What action did Fr. McGivney take at the outset? Well, he “Lead with Faith” calling together leaders of the parish. They then took “united action” to “Protect Families” and “Serve Others” with acts of charity that created individual leadership and mentorship opportunities. At every point along the journey of our Order’s founding, acts of kindness and Catholic values were being defended and our shared faith was being put into action.

Join us on February 28, 2019 at 8:30 PM Eastern time or participate any time after the live presentation in the recorded webinar. In just 1 hour, Fraternal Mission will help your council be more successful with tools, tips, resources, and best practices so that your council can be more attractive and relevant to current and potential members.



Webinars on Demand

Have you missed any of our previous Fraternal Leader Training Webinars? Don't worry, they are still available in our On Demand Webinar Portal. Please click HERE to register for an archived webinar.

If you have any questions, please contact Vice President for Fraternal Education, Training and Ceremonials, Gary Nolan, at gary.nolan@kofc.org or call 203-752-4270 and select option #3.