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VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 17 │ APRIL 27, 2021

Ahead of the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, May 1, this issue of Knightline features a reflection by Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori about finding meaning in daily work. In addition, check out a new documentary film highlighting the Order’s century of service in Rome, and sign up to watch the latest episode of KnightCast.
St. Joseph the Worker

Some studies suggest that though people are working more, they are enjoying it less. Revisit this Columbia column from Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori about finding meaning in our daily work by following the example of St. Joseph, especially during this year dedicated to him. READ MORE

A Century of Hope: The Knights of Columbus in Rome

For more than a century, the Knights of Columbus has maintained a strong presence in the Eternal City. From the construction of sports centers for Rome’s youth in the 1920s to support of Vatican communications and restorations of sacred art and architecture, the Order has built many bridges with both the Holy See and the people of Rome.

Learn more about this relationship in a new documentary produced by the Knights.

KnightCast Episode 3 Premieres This Thursday 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.


To watch the full April 29 episode, sign up 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.