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News for Knights of Columbus
VOLUME 41 │ NUMBER 3 │ JAN. 17, 2023
Sometimes, families need a helping hand. Such was the case in Miramar, Florida, where local Knights noticed a lack of affordable children’s sports teams. Working with their parish community, they created a free soccer program that brings hundred of kids out of their houses to play and pray together. Knights in Danville, California, meanwhile, have for decades provided gifts of food and presents to Bay Area families each Christmas.
Past Grand Knight Walter Silva (back row, center) of San Eugenio de Mazenod Council 17299 in Miramar, Fla., coaches, and Father Franky Jean, pastor of St. Stephen Protomartyr Catholic Church, stand with players from the council’s youth soccer program.
Going for the ¡Gol!The Knights of San Eugenio de Mazenod Council 17299 in Miramar, Florida, started their free soccer program for local children in 2019 with makeshift goals and donated equipment on an empty church field. The program has been such a hit that it now runs year-round, teaching kids teamwork, supporting families and building up the parish community. WATCH NOW | READ MORE
 Why We MarchRoe v. Wade has been overturned, but the Knights of Columbus will continue to affirm the dignity of all human life — and advocate for laws to protect it — at the national March for Life. Join Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly and other brother Knights for this year’s march on Friday, Jan. 20, in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit kofc.org/marchWATCH NOW | READ MORE
 California Knights Give BackSince 1979, members of Father Frank Colacicco Council 4060 in Danville, California, have provided food baskets to those in need during the Christmas season. An initiative that started with just a few boxes has grown over four decades into a project that provides hundreds of food baskets and wrapped gifts for local families in the Bay Area. WATCH NOW
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