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  Knights of Columbus - Church of the Nativity - Leawood, KS
Knights of Columbus - Church of the Nativity - Leawood, KS Welcome to the Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus are a fraternal organization of Catholic men dedicated to Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.
The Knights Resources links are available if you would like to learn more about the Knights of Columbus organization.
www.knightsofnativity.com   (483 words)

At Cedar Rapids, Iowa, eighty-five per cent of the audience, at the lecture under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus, was non-Catholic.
In several cities the Knights have established Catholic libraries, and in many others have catalogued the Catholic books in the public libraries.
The erection of a memorial to Christopher Columbus, in the City of Washington, by the United States Government, is due in a measure to the work of the Knights of Columbus.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08670c.htm   (992 words)

 Home Page
The Knights of Columbus is the world's largest Catholic family fraternal service organization with 1.6 million members.
As a member of the Knights of Columbus you and your family enjoy many benefits, including 12 free issues annually of the Columbia magazine, the world's largest Catholic family magazine, eligibility to join the Knights of Columbus top-ranked life insurance program, and many more family and personal benefits.
Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practicing Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who are at least 18 years old.
smmknights.org   (266 words)

 Edwardsville Knights of Columbus
The Knights published books on the contributions of racial minorities in the 1920s and defended Catholic education when the state of Oregon attempted to ban religious schools, the organization focused U.S. and international attention on the persecution of Catholics in Mexico in the 1920s and 1930s, and helped pioneer nationwide blood drives in the 1940s.
Since 1975, the Knights of Columbus has funded the broadcast of the midnight Mass celebrated annually by the Pope, and in the 1980s the Knights contributed to the restoration of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
In 2001, the Knights were among the first groups to respond to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, providing $1 million in checks for emergency funds to the families of emergency responders killed in the attacks.
www.kofc1143.com   (431 words)

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternity, an insurance organization, and a community servant.
The Knights of Columbus life and disability insurance programs have consistently been certified as among the best in the USA by independent insurance rating agencies, such as Standard and Poor's.
The Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is a great way to provide entertainment and enjoyment for the young people in our community.
www.knightsofcolumbus.net   (860 words)

  His Legacy: The Knights of Columbus
Through the Knights of Columbus, Father McGivney gave Catholic laymen a new opportunity – the chance to grow in holiness while contributing to their parishes, communities and security of their families.
The Knights of Columbus has grown to more than 12,000 local units in the United States, Canada, the Philippines, Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, the Bahamas, the Virgin Islands, Guatemala, Guam and Saipan.
Knights in Illinois, for example, have devised a sophisticated system for providing interest-free financing for group homes for people with developmental disabilities; councils in the Philippines regularly conduct free medical and dental clinics for the poor.
www.fathermcgivney.org /mcg/legacy   (354 words)

 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Knights of Columbus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A promise not to reveal any details of the ceremonials except to an equally qualified Knight is required to ensure their impact and meaning for new members; an additional clause subordinates the promise to that Knight's civil and religious duties.
The Knights of Columbus have done notable work in promoting Catholic education and charity, providing education and homes for Catholic orphans, endowing scholarships in Catholic colleges, providing lectures on Catholic doctrine, endowing hospital beds, providing sanitoria for its sick members, maintaining employment bureaux, and, in general, performing the work of the apostolate of the laity.
The Knights of Columbus is an international fraternal and service organization for Catholic men.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Knights-of-Columbus   (835 words)

 Archdiocese of Boston - 9/24/2004 - Knights of Columbus install new statewide officers
WEYMOUTH — Massachusetts Knights of Columbus and their families gathered Sept. 19 at St. Francis Xavier Parish for a Mass during which the fraternal organization’s new statewide officers and district deputies were installed.
The principles of leadership that the Knights of Columbus follow are rooted in the Catholic faith, he continued.
As part of the installation ceremony, Ledbetter asked the new officers to promise to obey the constitution of the Knights of Columbus, to be loyal to the Church and its leaders and to keep the welfare of the order in mind at all times.
www.rcab.org /Pilot/2004/ps040924/KofCinstallation.html   (794 words)

 Knights of Columbus Forced to Pay Damages to Lesbians for Refusing to Rent Hall for “Wedding” Reception
The Tribunal said the Knight’s, however, had the right, as a religious group, to refuse the facility to the women, but that the women should be compensated for the “undue hardship” that cancelling the event had on them.
The Knights, faithful to church teaching against homosexual marriage, cancelled the rental contract that had been signed, returned the couple’s deposit and paid for the rental of a new hall and the reprinting of wedding invitations.
The Knight’s lawyer, George Macintosh, told the CP that it is untrue that the Knights did not try to accommodate the women.
www.lifesite.net /ldn/2005/nov/05113006.html   (493 words)

 Religious Movements Homepage: Knights of Columbus
Today, the Knights of Columbus are still dedicated to "Unity, Charity, and Fraternity," (the Order's Motto) (12) while providing top-quality life insurance plans to members and their families.
Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practical Catholic men, over the age of 18, in union with the Holy See.
Over the past 10 years, the Knights Orderwide have volunteered more than 397 million hours of service and donated over $945 million to charity.(14) The Knights are dedicated to serving church, community, council, family, and youth.
religiousmovements.lib.virginia.edu /nrms/Knights.html   (1179 words)

 Today in History: October 12
Columbus further modified the design to include a continent beside the pictured islands.
Columbus and the Discovery of America, Imre Kiralfy's "grand dramatic, operatic, and ballet spectacle," is among the more elaborate tributes created for this commemoration.
New York declared Columbus Day a holiday in 1909 and on October 12, 1909, New York Governor Charles Evans Hughes led a parade that included the crews of two Italian ships, several Italian-American societies, and legions of the Knights of Columbus.
memory.loc.gov /ammem/today/oct12.html   (639 words)

 The Manila Times Internet Edition | OPINION > The Knights of Columbus
THE Knights of Columbus is a potent group that can save the Philippines from ruin, making it the brightest jewel in the diadem of the Roman Catholic Church in Asia.
Having joined the Knights of Colum-bus in 1958, we thought of forming councils in 1980 and finally the Manila Assembly of Fourth Degree Knights a year later.
By 1948, the first Knights of Columbus District in the Philippines was organized, with three constituting councils: Manila Council No. 1000, Cebu Council No. 3106 and Cagayan de Oro Council No. 3108.
www.manilatimes.net /national/2006/nov/18/yehey/opinion/20061118opi4.html   (728 words)

 babble: Lesbian couple, Knights of Columbus both win a little in hall rental dispute
[George Macintosh, the lawyer for the Knights of Columbus] said the key part of the ruling was the fact that the tribunal found that the Knights were entitled to refuse access to the hall to the complainants for the celebration of the same-sex wedding.
The Panel accepts that the Knights are entitled to this constitutional protection and therefore cannot be compelled to act in a manner that is contrary to their core religious beliefs.
The Panel also finds that, although the Knights were not being asked to participate in the solemnization of the marriage, renting the Hall for the celebration of the marriage would have required them to indirectly condone the celebration of a same sex-marriage, an act that is contrary to their core religious beliefs.
www.rabble.ca /babble/ultimatebb.php?ubb=get_topic&f=7&t=001421   (6568 words)

 Angelus: The Knights of Columbus Part 2   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Knights of Columbus originated...emphasizing not so much Old World ties as loyalty to the new republic....This ardent assimilationism, this devoted  Americanism-in an era when "Americanism" was in many Catholic circles a code word for heresy-accounts for the continuous expansion of the Knights....
By 1890 the Knights of Columbus was ready to expand into a national organization because in the view of the official historian members would overcome anti­Catholicism simply by being good Americans.
Knights would refute nativist charges by proving Catholics were just as patriotic as anybody, and just as dedicated as Protestants to religious liberty and separation of Church and State.
www.sspx.ca /Angelus/2000_July/Knights_of_Columbus_Pt1.htm   (2968 words)

 Knights of Columbus Oratory Council
Knights and their families distribute Tootsie Rolls and accept donations, which in turn are directed to charities including the Special Olympics, various schools with special programs for mentally retarded individuals, etc. Eighty percent of the donations stay in York County, with the balance helping to fund state causes.
Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practical Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who shall not be less than 18 years of age on their last birthday.
Another degree open to members of the Knights of Columbus is that of the Fourth (or Patriotic) Degree.
www.saintanne.com /KnightsOfColumbus/kc6756.htm   (755 words)

 Knights of Columbus :: Organizations : Gourt
Founded in 1882, it is named in honor of Christopher Columbus and dedicated to the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.
An oath not to reveal any details of the ceremonials except to an equally qualified Knight is required to ensure their impact and meaning for new members; an additional clause in the oath subordinates the vow to the swearer's legal and religious duties.
Knights are known for their strong Catholicity and have been called the "strong right arm of the Church." In the 2005 fraternal year the Order gave $136 million directly to charity and performed over 63.2 million man hours of voluntary service.
www.dejavu.org /cgi-bin/get.cgi?ver=93&url=http%3A%2F%2Fsociety.gourt.com%2FReligion-and-Spirituality%2FChristianity%2FDenominations%2FCatholicism%2FOrganizations%2FKnights-of-Columbus.html   (584 words)

 Careers with Knights Insurance
Thank you for your interest in a career opportunity with the Knights of Columbus.
You will also witness how the Knights of Columbus came together in the days after 9/11 to provide assistance, in many cases the first assistance, to the families of the victims, by clicking on Heroes' Fund.
In addition hear first-hand from successful agents on what drew them to the Knights of Columbus for a career.
clients.bn24.com /kofc/careers   (181 words)

 Knights of Columbus Resurrection Council #11341
The Knights of Columbus is an international fraternal and service organization for Catholic men.
The Resurrection Council is an integral part of the faith community of the Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City, MD. The Grand Knight for 2005-2006 is Robert Carter.
Knights of Columbus life insurance in force surpassed $60 billion mark in summer 2006
www.knightsofcolumbus.org   (561 words)

 St. Francis Knights of Columbus
Knights of Columbus Council 10668 of Hilton Head Island has earned the distinction of Star Council, the international organization’s top award, for the 2006-2007 fraternal year.
Knights of Columbus Council 10668 Past Grand Knight Lee Sturm proudly hangs the 9th consecutive STAR Council Award in the St. Francis By The Sea Family Center.
Incoming Grand Knight Bob Killenberger added that this will be an exciting year as the Council maintains its active role in the parish and strong commitment to the intellectually disabled in the community.
www.stfrancishhi.org /kofc.html   (659 words)

 Kenmore Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men's fraternal benefit society that was formed to render financial aid to members and their families.
Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson, with the backing of the Order’s Board of Directors, is recommending that Knights support Bella, a major motion picture to be released this summer.
In sponsoring the exhibit, which runs at the Corcoran Gallery from Nov. 18 to Jan. 21, the Knights of Columbus pays tribute to Joan’s enduring appeal, both as a woman and as a saint of the Catholic Church.
www.kofckenmore.org   (1339 words)

 Knights of Columbus
There you will find brother Knights working to fulfill the central mission of the Order: giving aid to widows, orphans, the sick the poor; striving in charitable works; serving the Church and unified in following its teachings; supporting brother Knights in their temporal and spiritual needs and acting for the good of their country.
Our Lady of the Chesapeake Knights of Columbus continued its rich tradition celebrating the coming of Christ, our Savior and Redeemer, born to offer eternal life, to forgive sin and to rise in glory on Easter.
We have continued to present certificates of welcome to the baptized children and Knight of Columbus rosaries to the children (and their parents) baptized at Our Lady of the Chesapeake Church.
www.olchesapeake.org /knightsofcolumbus.html   (2048 words)

 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS--Council #6100 Homepage
The Knights of Columbus is an order of Catholic gentlemen committed to the exemplification of charity, unity, fraternity, patriotism, respect for life and defense of the priesthood.
A Board of Trustees consisting of 15 Knights were elected to have the duty to oversee the operation of the Columbian Club.
Membership in the Knights of Columbus is open to practical Catholic men in union with the Holy See, who shall not be less than 18 years of age on their last birthday.
home.att.net /~dicicco-highfield/Kofc6100.htm   (1501 words)

 Knights of Columbus - User Agreement
The Knights of Columbus will not release any of said information about you without your permission, unless required by law.
It is the Knights of Columbus intent to maintain the information you provide in a confidential manner. However, because the information is sent either by telephone or e-mail to a council, the Order cannot guarantee the absolute security of the information.
The Knights of Columbus captures the data input into these forms, for the purposes of ensuring the calculator is meeting the needs of our users and returning the proper output.
www.kofc.org /un/agreement.cfm   (1173 words)

 Knights of Columbus sponsors “Spiritual Pilgrimage” with Pope during Turkey trip - Catholic Online
Knights, their families, and all Catholics are being asked to pray daily for the Pontiff during the trip, which begins on Tuesday, November 28 and concludes on Friday, December 1.
Knights will pray for the pope’s intentions beginning on November 26, the Sunday before the pope departs (the Solemnity of Christ the King).
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest lay Catholic organization, with more than 1.7 million members in North and Central America, the Philippines and Poland.
www.catholic.org /prwire/headline.php?ID=2280   (933 words)

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