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Category: Knights of Columbus

Pope Francis notes Beatification of Fr. Michael McGivney

Pope Francis today noted the October 31, 202 Beatification of Fr. Michael McGivney. The Holy Father’s comments came after praying the noonday with the limited crowd in St. Peter’s Square. “Yesterday, in Hartford, in the United States of America, Michael McGivney was proclaimed blessed: diocesan priest, founder of the Knights of Columbus. Dedicated to evangelization, […]

Knights of Columbus Museum presents Orthodox Christianity in Early Russia: the Formation of a Tradition

For the better part of the past year the Knights of Columbus museum has had an exhibit on Russian icons, “Windows into Heaven.” There is a forthcoming lecture to open up the windows into heaven even more, “Orthodox Christianity in Early Russia: the Formation of a Tradition”  The lecture is presented by Paul Bushkovitch Ph.D. […]

Witness to marriage, family and dignity of all life, Pope Francis tells KofC

Conscious of the specific responsibility which the lay faithful have for the Church’s mission, he invites each Knight, and every Council, to bear witness to the authentic nature of marriage and the family, the sanctity and inviolable dignity of human life, and the beauty and truth of human sexuality. In this time of rapid social […]

Gonzaga University rejects Knights of Columbus because they are Catholic

The Knights of Columbus are not allowed to officially exist on Gonzaga’s University’s campus because they don’t meet a criterion: that non-Catholics be admitted to the group. The decision by the University Student Life office was communicated by Sue Weitz with the help of Kassi Kain. The KoC is a fraternity (of men) who are […]