A message from the Supreme Knight

There have been times in our country’s past when uninformed or prejudiced people questioned whether Catholics could be good citizens or honest public servants. That’s why Father McGivney chose the name “Columbus” for our Order — because the discoverer was the Catholic figure from American history most admired and accepted at the time. In fact, from our founding in 1882, until the election of Brother Knight John F. Kennedy in 1960, many still held that Catholics were unfit for public office. Throughout that time, the Knights of Columbus worked to counter such prejudice.

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Hurricane Michael; Our Help is Needed

There is great need in NW Florida for aid and assistance.  We have been asked by the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee to assist in a specific way by providing manpower to help receive and redistribute goods that are being trucked to the area.  Currently, the volunteers on-hand cannot keep up with the massive demand, and so […]

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