The Tablet, with the generous collaboration of the Archbishop John Hughes Knights of Columbus Council No. 481, invited youth from Brooklyn and Queens to participate in the annual “Christ Is Risen Easter Art Contest.”
As part of its ongoing support of persecuted Christians in the Middle East, the Knights of Columbus committed more than $1 million to Iraqi and Syrian Christians for Easter.
A Bishop, the State Deputy of the Knights of Columbus and two pro-life counselors were the honorees at the Pro Vita Mass celebrated Jan. 27 at the Cathedral-Basilica of St. James in Downtown Brooklyn.
Knights and Ladies of the Holy Sepulchre from the Diocese of Brooklyn received the Pilgrim’s Shell from the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem during their pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
The Knights of Columbus, long associated with swords, capes and chapeaus, will be going through a significant uniform change.
In the cultural and legal center of Brooklyn, atop of Brooklyn Borough Hall’s front steps, a little over a dozen lay Catholics accompanied by several priests stood unashamed showing their unity with their brothers and sisters in baptism suffering in the Middle East and in Africa.
The new leadership team for the New York State Knights of Columbus was installed last weekend with Brooklynite Kenneth Latham Jr. as the new State Deputy.
Knights of Columbus Brooklyn Council No. 60 will sponsor a Day of Witness on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall on Wednesday, July 26, at noon.
This week’s Tablet TALK features a special anniversary for a Gravesend pastor, art that gives glory to the Blessed Mother, a summer challenge especially for Catholics, an upcoming concert in Canarsie and much more.
Court St. in Brooklyn became a boulevard of red, white and blue when the Long Island Chapter of the Knights of Columbus sponsored its 112th annual Independence Day Parade in Brooklyn on Saturday, June 24.