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Knights of Columbus

More than 200 college-aged men consecrate themselves to St. Joseph

Stand ready to be "men of light" in this time of darkness.

The Knights of Columbus are helping at southern border; also sending money to Bahamas

El Paso bishop has established fund through which people can donate directly to aid those in migrant centers.

Knights of Columbus build home for victims of human trafficking

Following their pro-life mission, the Knights aim to protect the vulnerable.

Student who disarmed school shooter in Colorado honored by Knights of Columbus

Supreme Knight Carl Anderson posthumously gave Kendrick Castillo the Caritas Medal, the second highest award in the organization.

The Knights of Columbus donates 1,000th ultrasound to pregnancy center in need

The Knights are responsible for at least one ultrasound in every state.

Knights of Columbus say they’ll be helping response to abuse crisis

As bishops and ordinary Catholics call for more lay involvement in investigating and preventing abuse, men's organization steps forward.

How would you like to be a Knight of Columbus? Now you can join online

As it prepares to meet in Baltimore, "the Order" rolls out web-based outreach.

The heroes who brought hope to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

The local Knights of Columbus' response to the devastating storm is awe-inspiring.

On Veteran’s Day, we Knights of Columbus salute these brother Medal of Honor recipients

The four tenets of the Knights of Columbus are Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.

Why are the Knights of Columbus named after a controversial explorer and not a saint?

It was an innovative choice at the time, meant to give a voice to Catholics in America.

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