2014 VETERANS NIGHT

Fourth annually sponsored Veterans Night by the Our Lady of Guadalupe Council 12809 with guest speaker Joe Escamilla Read More

Andrew Duncan Receives Award

Andrew Duncan is a member of Troop 377 chartered in Lone Oak, Texas by the Lone Oak Public Library and he is a member of Venturing Crew 22 chartered in Greenville, Texas by the Greenville Elk’s Lodge 703. Andrew joined the boy scouts when he was 12 years old and now at age 17 has accomplished a feat that only 230 other scouts in the history of boy scouts have done and that is to earn all the available merit badges. Read More


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Charity Appeal From the State Deputy

By Terry Simonton, State Deputy

“Charity has been at the heart of the Knights’ mission the past 132 years. Whether with funds or service, and whether quietly helping someone overcome a personal tragedy or assisting in the aftermath of a widely known humanitarian disaster, the outpouring of charity by our members produces meaningful results, especially by helping to bring peace of mind to those who find themselves in incredibly difficult situations,” said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson at the 2014 Supreme Convention. Read More

The Star Council Goal

By Alfredo Vela, Membership Director

My Brother Knights, can you believe it? One-fourth of the year is already gone. Hopefully, you all are on the path to meeting all of your goals. Hopefully, one of those goals is achieving Star Council. Remember, it is our duty to offer every eligible Catholic gentleman an opportunity to join the Knights of Columbus. This Order has a lot to offer all of these men. They will become better husbands, better fathers, better Catholics and you can add to that an opportunity to take care of their family’s future. 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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