Council 10463 Awarded Shining Armor Pin

Council 10463 Our Lady of the Lake at Lago Vista, Texas awarded Gary Hatch the Shining Armor Pin by Deputy Grand Knight SK Larry Amidei at a July23rd special business meeting for completing all of the Shining Armor requirements. Read More

Christopher Ortiz won 1st place in the 9 year old division International Free Throw competition

Christopher Ortiz won 1st place in the 9 year old division International Free Throw competition sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Read More


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ONE MEMBER, PER COUNCIL, PER MONTH

By Alfredo, Membership Director

It’s July 1st.  Welcome to a new fraternal year in the Knights of Columbus of the Texas State Council.  July 1st marks the beginning of a new fraternal year.  It is also the first day that we should start our recruitment efforts.  Don’t wait or put it off, start your recruiting, now.  July 1st also means that all counters are set back to zero and we have to start anew.  Good or bad, it is gives us the opportunity to start all over again.  It gives us hope. Read More

Diego Pena, State Advocate

Resolving Differences Charitably

By Diego Pena, State Advocate

Like any parent, when it comes to my children’s sports teams, I am not an objective observer.  I vividly recall attending one of my son’s high school basketball games with my daughter who was about nine years old at the time. Read More


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Welcome to the Texas State Council

In the past decade Texas membership has grown to 101,526 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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