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VOLUME 40 │ NUMBER 31 │ AUGUST 2, 2022
The 140th Supreme Convention, hosted this week in Nashville, Tenn., kicked off last night with a welcome concert and the Supreme Knight’s Award Session at the historic Grand Ole Opry House. Learn more about some of the award winners below. Visit kofc.org/convention and follow K of C social media for daily updates, live video, and photo galleries.
The 140th Supreme Convention officially opened this morning with a votive Mass of Blessed Michael McGivney, celebrated by Bishop J. Mark Spalding of Nashville, who also delivered the homily.
Tune In to the 140th Supreme ConventionSeveral Catholic media outlets are currently broadcasting major events of the 140th Supreme Convention — including the Opening Business Session and Annual Report of the Supreme Knight, which begins at 1 p.m. Central Time. WATCH NOW | LEARN MORE
International Program Award WinnersA transformative men’s apostolate, a welcome center for refugees, food for hundreds of struggling military families, and a renovation to help mothers and children: Four Knights of Columbus councils were honored for these outstanding programs in service to faith, family, community and life.
The Sewell family, the 2022 International Family of the Year, joins Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly and his wife, Vanessa, on stage during the annual Supreme Knight’s Awards Session, Aug. 1.
The Family That Serves TogetherAustin and Tracey Sewell and their eight children were named International Family of the Year in recognition of their joyful witness of Catholic family life and their exemplary service to the Church and their community. They are active parishioners of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus in Douglasville, Ga., and frequently participate in charitable events organized by St. John Paul II Council 10821. Austin is currently deputy grand knight, and his two oldest sons are also members of the council. WATCH HERE
Father Michael Keller, former state chaplain of New Mexico, receives the inaugural Blessed Michael McGivney Medal from Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore.
A Priest After Father McGivney’s HeartFather Matthew Keller, a priest of the Diocese of Gallup, was honored with the inaugural Blessed Michael McGivney Medal — a new award to recognize exemplary Knights of Columbus chaplains. In his many years as a chaplain, including 15 years as state chaplain, Father Keller helped the Knights of Columbus in New Mexico grow in numbers and in faith. At the same time, he found creative ways to serve and evangelize the people of his diocese, the poorest in the United States. WATCH HERE
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