Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore joined a small group of leaders from the Knights of Columbus on a four-day trip to Poland and Ukraine to help distribute aid from the fraternal organization to orphanages and other service centers assisting refugees from the war in Ukraine.
Knights of Columbus councils in Brooklyn and Queens began hosting in 2002 an annual Family Picnic and fundraiser to honor people who died in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. This year marked the event’s 20th anniversary.
The Star Council Award is the highest honor given to a parish council of the Knights of Columbus. Council #5911 from St. Anastasia Parish in Douglaston received the award in 2006 and again this year.
The Tablet, in collaboration with the Archbishop John Hughes Council of the Knights of Columbus, invites youth to express their faith through art by participating in this year’s DIGITAL Easter art contest.
Lenten Friday fish fries, a staple at many Catholic parishes in some regions of the United States, were among the many things put on the back burner during the coronavirus pandemic.
Towing a trailer full of canned goods and fresh water behind his pickup truck, David Goeller pulled out of his driveway in Williamstown, New Jersey, one February evening facing 900 miles of open road.
Some 80 years before the Pilgrims voyaged west seeking religious freedom in the “New World,” the Catholic faith was already embraced by some longtime inhabitants of North and South America — the native people.
Thomas Willis joined his local Knights of Columbus council in Blessed Trinity Parish in Breezy Point as soon as it was formed in 2020. He’s 19 years old.
The Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center in New Haven has opened an online exhibition centering on the Knights of Columbus connection with baseball, which spans almost a century and a half.
The Knights of Columbus named the Steciak family of Rembieszyce, Poland, as the organization’s 2021 International Family of the Year.