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News for Knights of Columbus
VOLUME 40 │ NUMBER 16 │ MAY 3, 2022
Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly presented the charter for a new college council named for Blessed Michael McGivney during Solemn Vespers at St. Mary’s Seminary & University in Baltimore, where the Knights of Columbus founder completed his studies for the priesthood 145 years ago. Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore presided over the Solemn Vespers on April 26, and in his homily, emphasized that the chartering of the council should re-energize the seminarians and other Knights to seek Blessed Michael McGivney’s intercession.
In Our Founder’s FootstepsCongratulating the new members of Blessed Michael McGivney Council 17759 during the charter presentation ceremony, Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly said that the Order’s founder is a model for the spiritual formation of all Catholic men. WATCH VIDEO | READ MORE
Songs of Hope for UkraineDanylo and Alexander Fedoryka, members of John Carrell Jenkins Council 7771 in Front Royal, Va., grew up in an American household rooted in Ukrainian traditions. Their first language was Ukrainian, and the name of the band they founded some 20 years ago, Scythian, is a nod to the ancient nomadic empire of Scythia, a vast region that included modern-day Ukraine. On Feb. 26, the band performed a livestreamed concert to raise support for the Order’s Ukraine Solidarity Fund. WATCH VIDEO | READ MORE
Knights in the Philippines Walk for LifeAfter two missed years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Knights in the Philippines gathered on March 26 for the Quezon City March for Life. The event was the culmination of a monthlong pro-life initiative, which also incorporated a novena for life and a Holy Hour for Life. WATCH VIDEO
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