Knights of Columbus
Who We Are:
The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic mens fraternal service organization. Reverend Michael J. McGivney founded K of C in 1882 in New Haven, Connecticut. It is named in honor of Christopher Columbus and our organization’s patron is Our Lady of Guadalupe.
All Knights of Columbus are dedicated to the common ideals of Columbianism: Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism.
We are Council #7228.
What We Do:
We provide charitable services, actively defend Catholicism, and promote Catholic education. Saint John Paul II referred to the order as the “strong right arm of the Church” for their support of the Catholic Church.
Time & Training:
Our Council meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month in the Assembly Room at 8:00 pm (in person meetings are currently suspended). Men interested in joining the Knights of Columbus Council #7728 are asked to first contact the current Grand Knight.
- Membership is open to all adult men
- Must be in good standing with the Catholic Church
- All members must complete the Archdiocesan Safe Environment Training for Adults
Men who are interested in providing charitable services, who have the desire to defend the Catholic faith, and who promote Catholic education are invited to join.
Grand Knight, Roy Paul
Would you like to learn more or are interested in joining/volunteering? Complete the form below and we will get back to you.