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News for Knights of Columbus
VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 40 │OCT. 4, 2021
True leadership does not mean holding a position of power. It means developing character, growing in virtue and putting faith into action to serve those who are in need. Here are some Knights doing just that.
Knights Bring Relief After Hurricane IdaOn Sunday, Aug. 29, Hurricane Ida struck Louisiana, becoming the second most damaging storm in state history. Knights throughout the state have stepped up to provide food, supplies and financial assistance. WATCH VIDEOTo support ongoing relief efforts, visit kofc.org/disaster.
Life-Saving Care for Ugandan VillageWhen members of St. Peter and Paul Council 11475 in Palmyra, Va., learned from their pastor, Father Gerald Musuubire, about the lack of medical care in his hometown of Kitakyusa, Uganda, they jumped into action. Not only did the council raise funds in support, but members also flew to the village to help build St. Francis of Assisi Health Center. Today, the center provides care for the people of the village and is saving lives thanks to an ultrasound machine donated by the Knights. WATCH VIDEO
Be On the Lookout for Your Annual SurveyYou will soon receive a survey in the mail from your local general agent. By filling out the survey, your agent will be able to continue to provide the best possible service to you and your family. When you receive the survey, please fill it out and send it back in the return envelope provided.Please note, this fraternal survey is for individual members, and is distinct from the council fraternal survey which measures charitable impact.
Live the Virtues of a True LeaderA leader lives a life of humble service, sacrificing himself daily for the good of his family and community. When we exhibit that true, servant leadership modeled after Christ, we inspire others to follow us and to draw closer to him. READ MORE
Knights of Columbus Baseball: An American StoryBlessed Michael McGivney realized baseball’s power to bring a community together in activity and spirit — he played the game himself and organized games for parishioners he served. A new web exhibit from the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center explores the K of C founder’s passion for baseball, as well as the role of the Order in the game’s history. LEARN MORE
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