The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization founded in 1882 by Blessed Michael McGivney in New Haven, CT, as a mutual benefit society for practicing Catholic men and their families. Today, it advocates for Catholic causes and provides a range of services to the Catholic Church, civic involvement, and aid to those in need. From its founding, the Knights have grown to an international organization of about two million members.
The principles of the Knights are Charity, Unity and Fraternity fostering an abiding fellowship with Christ, brother Knights, and the Church community. To fulfill our mission, volunteer Knights engage in several fundraising activities throughout the year and the proceeds are donated to worthy charities and non-profit community services. The Knights also serve the Church, supporting Parish activities by providing particular skills that the member can offer, and the 4th Degree Assembly Color Corps also serves at various Parish functions.
We publish a monthly newsletter with descriptions of recent activities and some inspirational messages. The newsletter can be found on the Council website. Certain Council officers and those handling monies are required to complete the online Diocese Safe Environment Training and be fingerprinted.
Council 14222 meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM.
Assembly 3296 meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM
Location: Social Hall
For more information, please fill our form below or contact our Parish Office.