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VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 16 │ APRIL 20, 2021

With more COVID-19 vaccinations being administered and pandemic restrictions being eased in many places, Knights are looking to help their councils and parishes emerge from the pandemic as strongly as possible.

The K of C COVID Recovery Program is designed to help Knights to do just that. Here is information on an upcoming webinar that will cover the program, plus details on other upcoming faith-based videos.

KnightCast Episode 3 Premieres Thursday, April 29, at 8 p.m. EDT

In this episode, we’ll explore:

• What evangelization is and how to embrace it.
• How to keep your children Catholic.
• Why Knights at the University of Notre Dame were inspired to consecrate themselves to St. Joseph.

WATCH A PREVIEW

To watch the full April 29 episode, sign up here.

Resuming Fraternal Operations

The COVID Recovery Program helps councils resume fraternal operations and supports the recovery of their parishes to emerge strongly from the pandemic. Join us Thursday, April 22, at 8 p.m. EDT for a special webinar to discuss a flexible framework that councils and their parishes can adapt to their specific pandemic circumstances. REGISTER NOW

Find more information on the COVID Recovery Program here.

Alabama Knights Raise $27,000 for Seminarians

The World Day of Prayer for Vocations is Sunday, April 25. As we pray for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life, learn how Knights in Hoover, Ala., teamed up with their local parish and Catholic school to support seminarians in the Diocese of Birmingham. READ MORE

Special Documentary Screening for Knights and Their Families

Knights and their families are invited to sign up for an exclusive screening of the Emmy Award-winning documentary Beauty of Their Dreams, which highlights the Marengoni Primary School in Uganda. This school, which serves children who are orphaned because of AIDS, was constructed in 2012 by the Apostles of Jesus with assistance from the Order.

The film is available to Knights and their families for free streaming from April 25 to May 2. If in-person events are allowed in your area, consider hosting a family movie night at your parish. If not, please share the information and links with your council and parishioners.

To watch the trailer and register now to get access to the film starting April 25, click here.

Tell others about Knightline

Forward this newsletter to Catholic men interested in the Knights, and let them know that through June 30 they can become a member for free online using promo code MCGIVNEY2020 at kofc.org/join. You can also share your questions, feedback and story by emailing knightline@kofc.org.