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Annual Report of the Supreme Knight

In his Annual Report delivered at the 133rd Supreme Convention in Philadelphia, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson noted the Order’s record levels of charity, with over $173 million in donations and over 71.5 million hours of volunteer service.

Memory and Martyrdom

By honoring the places where the Catholic faith first took root in North America, we rediscover our call to be disciples today

Fraternity and Insurance: A Life-Changing Combination

One hundred and thirty three years ago, Father Michael J. McGivney worked to protect Catholic families.

Knights Mourn Death of Cardinal Baum

The members of the Knights of Columbus are deeply saddened by the death of Cardinal William W. Baum, the former Archbishop of Washington and Apostolic Penitentiary Emeritus, who passed away this week.

Knights of Columbus to Expand Humanitarian Assistance to Suffering Middle Eastern Christians

Having already donated more than $3 million in humanitarian aid to persecuted Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East, the Knights of Columbus will expand its efforts even further with a national campaign to raise funds and foster awareness of the terrible suffering of Christians and others in the Middle East.

The Knights of Columbus: “Founding Champion of The World Games”

Of the many causes supported by the Knights of Columbus, Special Olympics is one of the most cherished by the Order's members. Since the first Special Olympics games were created in 1968 by fellow Knight Sargent Shriver and his wife Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Knights of Columbus members have been active and devoted supporters.

The Knights of Columbus Guarantees

There’s much risk and speculation involved in life these days. With a volatile market and an unsettled economy, there’s too much left to chance.

The Enduring Call to Love

The Church responds to the challenge of secularization with prophetic wisdom regarding marriage, family and the human person

Knights help save historic Jesuit Martyrs Shrine

$600,000 donated in honor of first Jesuit Pope

In Honor of Pope Francis Knights Give Gift to NY Shrine

In honor of Pope Francis, the first Jesuit pope, the Knights of Columbus is made a $600,000 donation to help save a historic shrine that honors North American Jesuit martyrs and the country’s first Native-American saint.