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VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 30 │ JULY 26, 2021
A documentary produced by the Knights of Columbus, Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics, is now available for viewing online. You are invited to watch and share this new film, which explores the rich legacy of the Catholic faith among Indigenous communities and offers a beautiful example of how Christ reveals himself through the uniqueness of every culture.
Enduring Faith: The Story of Native American Catholics• Discover how, in the 16th century, Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared as a mestiza woman to an Indigenous elder and inspired the largest conversion in world history.• Hear the moving story of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, a 17th-century Algonquin-Mohawk woman who was canonized in 2012.• Learn about a 20th-century Lakota healer, Nicholas Black Elk, whose cause for canonization is currently open.WATCH NOW
139th Supreme ConventionThe 139th Supreme Convention will be held virtually, Aug. 3-4, 2021. Follow the events at home by visiting kofc.org/convention. There, you will find streaming video, news and photos. Also, follow the official K of C TwitterInstagram and Facebook accounts for a close-up look at the convention proceedings.Video coverage will also be provided by EWTNSalt + Light Television and the CatholicTV Network.For more information, including a schedule of events, click here.
Introducing the First K of C Exchange-Traded FundThe FIS Knights of Columbus Global Belief exchange-traded fund enables Catholics to align their values with their investment portfolio and potentially grow their wealth. LEARN MORE
The First Olympic ChampionOne of the most distinguished — and improbable — victories in Olympic history occurred 125 years ago when, in 1896, James B. Connolly won the first event of the first modern Olympic Games. A 27-year-old son of poor Irish immigrants from South Boston, Connolly became the first Olympic champion in more than 1,500 years. He later became a member of the Knights of Columbus. READ MORE
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