Tag Archives: Knights of Columbus

A mission in service: four orders of knights hold common ground

What do the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph and the Archdioceses of Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston have in common?

A special way to thank priests and religious sisters

Do you remember a teacher who inspired, encouraged or pushed you to meet a goal, whether academic, athletic or a life’s vocation?

Cardinal Glennon Knights of Columbus Council receives Columbian Award

One of Kansas City oldest Knights of Columbus councils, Cardinal Glennon Council #4613, recently received the Columbian Award from the Supreme Council for active service to the Church,

Los Valores del Caballero de Colon

A menudo me preguntan porque nuestro fundador el Padre Michael J. McGivney y sus primeros Caballeros bautizaron la orden con el apellido del navegante italiano Cristóbal Colón.

The Bishop’s Blast

The Missouri Knights of Columbus are offering all men in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph an opportunity to learn more about the Order on two upcoming weekends.

“The Bishop:” a century-old Kansas City Catholic mystery

Get out your spy glass and put on your thinking caps.

‘Meet Life,’ choose life for babies

During the annual organization meeting of the Missouri Knights of Columbus in July, State Deputy John Appelbaum announced a major campaign to reduce the number of abortions performed in the state by one half by the end of 2016.

‘Retired’ priests enjoy lunch, fellowship courtesy of friends

There is no such thing as a “retired” priest.

Mass to celebrate annual Run for Roses honoring Our Lady of Guadalupe

When an event honoring someone unites people from three countries, it’s something to celebrate.

Knights of Columbus Council of San Jose Trabajador established

Just a year and a half ago, six Hispanic men were initiated into the Knights of Columbus during a ceremony at St. Sabina Parish Hall.

March 30, 2017
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph