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News for Knights of Columbus
VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 38 │ SEPT. 21, 2021
In 2020, the Knights of Columbus introduced the Into the Breach video series, based on the 2015 exhortation of the same name, urging Catholic men to embrace masculine virtues in a world in crisis. Here is a look at the key takeaways from the first episode, which explores the true nature of masculinity. Look for additional articles highlighting Into the Breach in upcoming issues of Knightline.
Mike Phelan, director of the Office for Marriage and Respect Life in the Diocese of Phoenix, says meeting his wife, Sharon, encouraged him to embrace a true understanding of masculinity — one rooted in sacrifice and prayer.Behold, The Real ManWhat is authentic masculinity? For men of faith, it means living with heroic virtue and being a provider, a protector and a spiritual leader.
Guide and ProtectFathers must safeguard their children from modern dangers with loving discipline and spiritual leadership. Many fathers are stretched thin, struggling to balance marriage, family and a career. Fortunately, Catholic dads have a powerful model in St. Joseph, the prayerful warrior.Click here to read more in the September issue of Columbia.
Father McGivney’s Invitation to Immigrants

National Hispanic American Heritage Month is observed in the United States from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. The life of Blessed Michael McGivney, founder of the Knights of Columbus and a son of immigrants, is an exemplary witness for the whole Church — and especially for Hispanic immigrants today. READ MORE
Feeding Those at Home and AfarKnights from Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia recently packed more than 40,000 meals for those in need in the Baltimore area and in Guatemala. WATCH VIDEO
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