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Canada’s National March For Life

Knights and their families were among the nearly 25,000 Canadians gathered on Ottawa’s Parliament Hill on May 14 to participate in the country’s 18th annual March for Life.

Sharing the Gift of Time

Homily given by Bishop F. Richard Spencer, the Episcopal Vicar for Europe and Asia in the Archdiocese of Military Services, at the Opening Mass during the Warriors to Lourdes Pilgrimage to Lourdes, France, on Friday, May 15, 2015

Military Bishop Addresses American Pilgrims in Lourdes

American veterans, active duty servicemen and women, and volunteers were urged to treasure the gift of time during homily at the Mass for American Pilgrims at the Rosary Basilica in Lourdes, France, on Friday, May 15.

A Pilgrimage Unlike Any Other

This Memorial Day weekend, wounded and disabled American military veterans are traveling to Lourdes, France, as part of the 55th International Military Pilgrimage.

Our Missionary Heritage

Thanks to the faith and sacrifice of so many, Catholic institutions have served countless neighbors in need

Protecting Your Paycheck

For most of us, the idea of not working is an exciting one. We relish weekends and vacations. We look forward to holidays and special occasions.

Supreme Knight Receives Notre Dame Award

At a ceremony held at the University of Notre Dame, Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson and the Knights of Columbus were honored with the annual Evangelium Vitae Medal, one of the nation’s most prestigious pro-life awards.

Funding Completed for Father McGivney Military Chaplain Scholarship

Scholarship program which funds the education of seminarians preparing to become Catholic chaplains in the U.S. Armed Forces.

World Day of Prayer for Vocations

Show your support to people discerning the call to priesthood and religious life by standing with the entire Church in observing the World Day of Prayer for Vocations on Sunday, April 26, 2015.

Homily of Most Rev. F. Richard Spencer

Every four years as the date of the Olympic Games draw near, selected runners carry a flame torch from the site of the old games to the site of the new games. As privileged as these selected torch-bearers are, we as Christians, have a much greater privilege. We, you and I as the selected Baptized, carry the resurrection torch to all people's, giving them fullness of life.