A MESSAGE FROM THE SUPREME KNIGHT

Brother Knights and Friends, As you know, many areas in the southern United States, as well as the Caribbean, have been devastated by the back-to-back hurricanes, Harvey and Irma. Read More

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS AGENT HELPS LEAD RECOVERY EFFORTS IN TEXAS

The Knights of Columbus insurance agents are all brother Knights who are dedicated to the Order and to serving our families. But many of these men go far beyond their professional duties in their commitment to the principals of the Knights of Columbus especially our first principal: Charity. Read More


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“Building the Domestic Church While Strengthening our Parish,”

By Tony Slagle, Texas State Council Historian

With a full understanding of the role the Knights of Columbus serve at the local level, this initiative tasks Councils to become even more active in our parish communities because they are uniquely situated to strengthen parish life. As Supreme Knight Anderson explained, “We are truly positioned today to move to a new level of service as the strong right arm of our parish.” Read More

“Join a Ministry”

By David “Reggie” R Vasquez, Visions Chairman

As the state of Texas is experiencing first hand a truly overwhelming test of ministering to one another, it is a good time to reflect on the true meaning of Christian ministry. Read More


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Welcome to the Texas State Council

In the past decade Texas membership has grown to 106,961 Knights and their families. The Order overall continues to grow and build upon its rich tradition of charitable work and spiritual formation. Various new charitable initiatives, as well as ongoing partnerships with organizations such as Special Olympics, have given Knights countless opportunities to practice what John Paul II called “a charity which evangelizes.” Read More


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