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Pope Champions Human Dignity at United Nations

In one of the most anticipated speeches of Pope Francis during his apostolic visit to the United States, the Holy Father addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations Friday morning, Sept. 25. With more than 190 heads of state in attendance, he discussed a wide range of issues affecting governments throughout the world.

Attendees at Junipero Serra’s Canonization Receive Essay on Saint by Supreme Knight

Attendees of Father Junipero Serra’s canonization at the papal Mass in Washington on Wednesday each received a bilingual booklet with two essays on the new saint that explain Serra, dispel myths about him and correctly depict portions of California's history that are wrongly placed at his feet of the Spanish missionaries.

Knights Stand Ready As Pope Arrives in United States

With Pope Francis arriving for his first apostolic voyage to the United States, the Knights of Columbus is providing support at each location he visits in solidarity with the Holy Father.

Knights Prepare for Visit of Pope Francis

With Pope Francis making his first apostolic journey to the United States, Sept. 22-27, the Knights of Columbus has been laboring for months to help provide a gracious welcome in each location where the Holy Father will appear – Washington, D.C.; New York; and Philadelphia.

K of C Funds Month’s Supply of Food for Iraqi Christians

As September begins, the Knights of Columbus unveils a new television commercial and is financing the delivery of one month’s supply of food to more than 13,500 displaced families from Mosul and Nineveh who fled to the Erbil area in Kurdistan.

Holy and Loving Families

The Christian family must be supported in its vital role in the life and mission of the Church

Retire with the Knights of Columbus

There are few things in life that are harder to predict than how much money we’ll need in retirement.

Court agrees with Becket—Protects World War II Monument From Atheist Attack

Moments ago, a Court agreed with the Becket Fund that a historical World War II memorial affectionately called “Big Mountain Jesus” by locals can remain standing in the ski slopes near Kalispell, Montana.

On Eve of Papal Visit, Poll Finds Practicing Catholics Support Church Teaching

On the eve of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, a new Knights of Columbus-Marist poll reveals that practicing Catholics approve of Pope Francis at even higher rates than non-practicing Catholics or Americans in general, and also support Church teaching by much wider margins than other groups.

Though Most Know Little About Him, Pope Viewed Favorably by Americans

With Pope Francis visiting the United States in just under a month, a newly released Knights of Columbus-Marist poll shows the pope is popular, but largely unknown by the American public.