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Celebrating Black History Month and the Pivotal Role of African Americans in the Making of America

In 1924, Jim Crow laws were still enforced in many parts of the United States and the Ku Klux Klan was experiencing resurgence. Martin Luther King Jr. had not yet been born, and the Civil Rights Act would not be enacted for another 40 years. Nonetheless, it was the year in which the Knights of Columbus commissioned and published a landmark history of black Americans: The Gift of Black Folk: The Negroes in the Making of America, by civil rights pioneer W.E.B. Du Bois.

Families: Essential Agents of Evangelization

The Order is expanding efforts to strengthen the domestic church and our parishes

The Catholic Difference

As brother Knights, our claim is not simply hyperbole: We know that our beloved founder lived a virtuous and holy life. We hope and pray that he will be raised to the dignity of the altar.

A Portfolio of Protection

Over the course of the last 133 years, the products and protection offered by the Knights of Columbus have grown to meet changing needs.

The Gift of Sharing

Supreme Knight Carl Anderson joined Connecticut Knights as well as firefighters and police from New Haven, Conn., to give out new winter coats to children in need at John S. Martinez Magnet School.

Knights Serve as Leaders at Eucharistic Congress

One year after Pope Francis made his historic visit to the Philippines in January 2015, the Asian nation is hosting another major Vatican event with the 51st International Eucharistic Congress in Cebu City.

A People of Life

Knights among the thousands of participants who braved the winter storm and attended the 2016 March for Life.

K of C Insurance Marks 15th Consecutive Year of Sales Growth

Record comes during the same year the Knights topped $100 billion of live insurance in force.

This Lent, Sacrifice for Those Who Suffer

Supreme Knight announces membership milestone and addresses future path for the Order

Going Beyond Labels

New Marist Poll shows majority of Americans, including pro-choice supporters, want restrictions on abortions.