On this Veterans Day, the Fr. Francis Koch Council thanks our revered veterans and all active duty military personnel for their service to our country. You are the true American heroes. Your sacrifices will never be forgotten
On this Veterans Day, the Fr. Francis Koch Council thanks our revered veterans and all active duty military personnel for their service to our country. You are the true American heroes. Your sacrifices will never be forgotten.
CLICK HERE for a message from the Knights of Columbus in honor of all those who served and serve in the U.S. Armed Forces.
In preparation for Election Day, the Knights of Columbus is calling its members and all the faithful to join together in a novena to the Holy Trinity through the maternal intercession of the Immaculate Conception, patroness of the United States.
Join your brother Knights around the nation for this novena, beginning on Sunday, Oct. 30, and concluding on Monday, Nov. 7. The prayer for the novena can be found HERE.
Our country is in desperate need of prayer. Please ask all your brother Knights and their families, as well as your pastor and fellow parishioners, to pray this national novena for the protection, well-being and freedom of our country.
The Council thanks all those men and women who have served to keep us safe and free. God Bless!
To help you meditate on God’s Word this week, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is pleased to share a downloadable resource to foster your reflection for Holy Week. This lectio divina resource on the readings for Holy Week focuses on themes of the Jubilee of Mercy and can be used by individuals or in group settings.
|This resource is available in both English and Spanish|
The Father Michael J. McGivney Guild serves as a source of information about the life, works and spirituality of Father McGivney. The Guild distributes informational materials about him, receives reports of favors granted through his intercession and oversees the distribution of relics. Guild members redceive regular updates on the progress of Father McGivney's cause for canonization and are invited to participate in prompting devotion to this Servan of God. Members of the Knights of Columbus are not automatically Guild members and must elect to tjoin the Guild. The Father Michael J. McGivney Guild newsletter is published bimonthly except July-August, and is sent free to Guild members.