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News for Knights of Columbus
VOLUME 39 │ NUMBER 47 │NOV. 30, 2021
Defense of the most vulnerable; charitable support for those in need; faithful witness in our communities. These are values exemplified by Knights of Columbus in countless ways — including participation in pro-life demonstrations, helping to ensure no child goes without a warm coat each winter, and leading families in prayerful preparation for Christmas.
Knights March for LifePro-life advocates gathered at the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg, Sept. 27, for the state’s first March for Life. The event was made possible by the Knights of Columbus, who served as marshals, distributed pro-life signs and organized a special Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. WATCH VIDEOA week later, on Oct. 3, tens of thousands participated in March for Life rallies in Mexico City, Guadalajara and more than 70 cities across Mexico organized with the help of Knights of Columbus. WATCH VIDEO
Giving Tuesday: Provide the Gift of Warmth to Families in NeedToday is Giving Tuesday — an international day of giving. Please help us reach our goal of raising $500,000 for the Knights of Columbus Coats for Kids program to help ensure no child goes without a warm coat this winter.DONATE NOW (U.S.) | DONATE NOW (Outside U.S.)We understand if you are unable to give, but you can still help by spreading the word with your brother Knights, family and friends.
Life Is a Spiritual BattleThe vocation of husbands and fathers is to be providers, protectors and spiritual leaders of their families. Satan knows that if he can tempt men into complacency or sin, their wives and children are more likely to stumble and fall as well. In this spiritual battle, frequent prayer and reception of the sacraments are our greatest defense. READ MORE
Supreme Chaplain’s Monthly ChallengeFor the month of December, Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori challenges Knights to prayerfully incorporate both an Advent calendar and Advent wreath into their Christmas preparations. Second, he challenges Knights to undertake the Keep Christ in Christmas Faith in Action program. To read the full challenge, along with questions for reflection, click here.
Christmas Exhibit at the Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage CenterThe Blessed Michael McGivney Pilgrimage Center in New Haven, Conn., resumes its tradition of showcasing Christmas in art and culture with its 2021 exhibition, The Nativity Story: Art of the Crèche. Derived fully from the center’s extensive collection, the exhibit shares many examples of how the Nativity has been depicted in art across the globe. To learn more and to plan your visit, click here.
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