Our Knight of the Year

Robert Cadotte was named our Knight of the Year at our final membership meeting for the 2017-2018 fraternal year! Grand Knight Robert Schoenborn presented him with the award noting his dedication to the council and being present at many activities when it may not always be easy for him to do so.

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Everyday Heroes – Episode 9: Sacrifice and Brotherhood

James Wolf was known for his infectious smile, his commitment to serving others, and his love for the Knights of Columbus. As a recent high school graduate, he even inspired his father, Bob, to become a Knight. Shortly after becoming a Knight, James joined the Army. Sent to Iraq with the 52nd Engineer Battalion, he was killed on November 6, 2003, when an IED exploded near his convoy. In the face of this tragic loss, his family found solace in the love shown to them by fellow Knights and their pride over James’ faith and sacrifice.

Everyday Heroes – Episode 8: The Heart of a Champion

Darrell Miller, Sr. played for five years with the California Angels and hails from one of the most famous sports families in the country. His sister, Cheryl, is widely regarded as the greatest women’s basketball player ever, and his brother, Reggie, is an NBA Hall of Famer. For Darrell, a committed Catholic and Knight of Columbus, sports are a vehicle to grow one’s character and faith.

Join the Knights of Columbus

Join the Knights of Columbus today online! You can sign up here. Since 1882, membership in the Knights of Columbus has been open to men 18 years of age or older who are “practical” (that is, practicing) Catholics in union with the Holy See.

Since that time, the Knights of Columbus has understood practical Catholic to mean a Catholic who accepts the teaching authority of the Catholic Church on matters of faith and morals, aspires to live in accord with the precepts of the Catholic Church is in good standing in the Catholic Church.

Make sure you mention our council number when you join #15204

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