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Worthy Officers, Diocesan Deputies and Assistants, District Deputies, Grand Knights, Financial Secretaries, especially Texas Knight Reporters and my Brother Knights of Texas All. The Online version of the Texas Knight is available please select the “Texas Knight” link on the State homepage (http://www.tkofc.org) on the right or you can go to http://www.texasknight-news.net/. This is a terrific edition and I thank each and everyone for their contributions. The spirit of Fr. McGivney is alive and flourishing in Texas. I would also like to especially thank State Deputy T. Mark and Mary Evans for the wonderful work they have done in Texas. Let Your Light Shine! Your Editor Mark Johnson Read More

Online Exemplifications

During this challenging time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, you and I can both be proud of the tremendous work of Knights of Columbus in reaching out in service to Leave No Neighbor Behind. Read More

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Defending Religious Freedom

By Doug Oldmixon, IPSD, State Historian

The defense of religious liberty is ingrained in the very DNA of the Knights of Columbus. The Order was founded on the heels of unparalleled growth of Catholicism in America. In 1850, Catholics made up only five percent of the U.S. population. Read More

Defense of Traditional Marriage

By Doug Oldmixon, IPSD, State Historian

In my March article, I remarked at length about Father McGivney’s belief that the preservation of the family was vital to future of the nation, and I wrote about what the Knights have done to strengthen the cause of the family throughout its 138 plus year history, especially in the face of ever-present pressures of the modern, secular worldview. Read More

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T.Mark Evans

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The Texas State Council of the Knights of Columbus membership family welcomes you to this website. Read More

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