Knights of Columbus
The Order of the Knights of Columbus is an organization of Catholic men 18 and older that is dedicated to spiritual growth and service to the Church based on its founding principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. Founded by Venerable Fr. Michael McGivney in 1881, the Knights of Columbus offers one of the best-rated insurance programs to protect knights’ families, one of the original goals of Fr. McGivney. Note that full-time students and clergy who are knights pay no dues.
Saint James hosts the Mother Teresa Council # 12036 and the Pope John Paul II Assembly # 2931 (4th Degree)
Mother Teresa Council: Go to Mother Teresa Council Web Site
Pope John Paul II Assembly:
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