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Knights of Columbus change Fourth Degree uniforms

The Knights of Columbus, long associated with swords, capes and chapeaus, will be going through a significant uniform change.

Knights’ Silver Rose promotes Our Lady of Guadalupe, respect for human...

ANTHEM — As a way to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe and promote the pro-life cause, the Knights of Columbus Silver Rose, which passes from Canada through the U.S. and into Mexico, came through the Diocese of Phoenix Oct. 5-9.

Little Sisters provincial accepts highest award from Knights of Columbus

TORONTO (CNS) — The Little Sisters who fought the big system heard the cheers, held back tears and accepted the Gaudium et Spes Award from the Knights of Columbus at the Knights’ annual gala “States Dinner” in Toronto.

Tortured priest will speak in Phoenix, raise support for persecuted Christians

A Catholic priest who was kidnapped and tortured by terrorists in Iraq will speak in Phoenix May 3 in a bid to draw attention to the plight of the persecuted Church in his homeland. Fr. Douglas Bazi lives in Erbil, Iraq and cares for the tens of thousands of families chased out of their homes by ISIS. The Chaldean Catholic priest’s Phoenix visit is one of several U.S. stops he will make to share about the suffering of his people and to ask for assistance.

Knights on Bikes raise $31K for Parkinson’s patients

Motorcycle-riding members of the Knights of Columbus presented proceeds from a recent ride to a wellness center in Gilbert Dec. 11.

Knights raising money, awareness of plight of Christians in Middle East...

PHILADELPHIA (CNS) — Christianity may be thriving around the world, but it is under severe attack and threatened with extinction in the Middle East,...

Knights of Columbus look to grow in strength, outreach in new...

It’s hard to become a change agent within a 109-year-old organization, but Larry Becker just might have the insight and guidance of the Holy Spirit to do it.