Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic men’s fraternal organization. It was founded by Michael J. McGivney in 1882 at St. Mary’s Parish in New Haven Connecticut. Our guiding principles of Unity, Charity and Fraternity live on today supporting Catholic men in their faith, contributing our time and dollars to charity and most importantly protecting brothers and their families left behind with basic insurance programs.
What it means to be a Knight at Holy Name
All practicing Catholic men 18 years of age or older are eligible to join the Knights of Columbus. Each month our council meets. The only thing members are required to give is their time. We all know that means different things to different people but through regular participation we expect that members contribute 2-3 times a year. Should you feel that you have more time to devote to council activities you are welcome to join us once or twice month.
Council Meetings occur on the first Monday of every month at 7:00 pm Church Hall (Please enter from North doors).
Council 7183 Activities
At Holy Name, the Knights sponsor a number of activities aimed to promote community while raising funds for the various charities that we support.
On the second Sunday of every Month, council members serve brunch following all morning Masses.
A night to enjoy a meal, some Vegas style parlor games, lots of great prizes and a chance to get in on our silent auction.
Every year the Knights honor our CWL members with a dinner prepared from scratch and served up by our own brother knights.
Kids Christmas Party
Celebrating the spirit of Christmas each year with games, carols and a visit from Santa.
How do I find out more
For more information on the Knights of Columbus please visit www.kofc.org. We would love to sit down with you to talk about either joining the Knights or if you are already a member talk about how you can get more involved. Please contact the parish office and someone will get in touch with you.