Knights of Columbus

Catonsville monument to lives lost to abortion finds new home

As the sun faded behind the home of Knights of Columbus Patapsco Council 1960 on Frederick Road in Catonsville Aug. 23, pro-life supporters dedicated a memorial to remember lives lost by abortion.
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Example of founder of Knights ‘etched in our hearts,’ says Archbishop Lori

ST. LOUIS — Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori paid tribute Aug. 3 to deceased members of the Knights of Columbus for their lives and example of charity and also recalled the founder of the fraternal order, Father Michael J. McGivney, for his life of devotion and service. The archbishop was the main celebrant and homilist...
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Knights to send $2 million to restore Christian town in Iraq

The Knights are following the example of the Hungarian government, whose new spending bill allowed for $2 million to be sent to the Archdiocese of Irbil in Iraq to rebuild a Christian community near Mosul, Iraq.
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Knights of Columbus warm 1,700 Baltimore children with new winter coats

A day after a cold front blew into the region, the Maryland Knights of Columbus lessened the impact of that seasonal change for children.
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