State Council News


Posted Nov 13, 2019
++PSD Floyd Tafelski
Past State Deputy Floyd Tafelski has died.
Posted Nov 08, 2019
Local Knights of Columbus give away coats to kids in need
FLINT, Texas (KETK) – With cooler temperatures will come the need to bundle up. And a local group is helping to make sure that East Texas youngsters have the coats they’ll need to keep warm.

Posted Oct 14, 2019
Small Request from Texas Knights Prompts Aid to Migrants
Knights from Texas and Mexico bring supplies to Juarez.

Posted Oct 11, 2019
+Bishop Thomas Flanagan
+Bishop Thomas Flanagan, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of San Antonio. 1930 - 2019

Posted Sep 20, 2019
Tropical Storm Imelda
We are asking our Brother Knights to remember those people affected with your prayers.

Posted Sep 04, 2019
St John’s Council 8190 Donates School Supplies
St John’s Council 8190 of Luling, Texas donated school supplies to both Luling Primary School and Leonard Shanklin Elementary to be distributed by the schools as needed by the students.

Posted Aug 16, 2019
Stephenville Knights of Columbus Council 10816
The Stephenville Knights of Columbus Council 10816 andChoices Clinic and Life Resource Center have joined together to assist thosewho have become pregnant and face a tough decision where to turn for help.

Posted Aug 08, 2019
Texas Delegation
The Texas Delegation to the Knights of Columbus Supreme Convention.

Posted Jun 24, 2019
Msgr. L.L. Meyer Council 1422 in Marshall, Texas Celebrated its 110th Anniversary
Msgr. L.L. Meyer Council 1422 in Marshall, Texas Celebrated its 110th Anniversary with a special Mass & dinner afterwards.

Posted Jun 14, 2019
Shield a Badge
On June 13, 2019, Grand Prairie Police Department laid to rest one of their own.  Officer AJ Castaneda was struck and killed while running radar on Friday, June 7.  Officer Castaneda was an 11 year veteran of police work.

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