State Council News

Posted Apr 08, 2018
George Doskoscil Assembly
The West 4th Degree Knights of Columbus George Doskoscil Assembly recently presented a $6,000 scholarship fund check to St. Mary’s School Principal Erica Sammon.

Posted Apr 07, 2018
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Darwin Brokmeyer of Buchanan Dam, Texas for 60 years as a Knights of Columbus member.

Posted Apr 06, 2018
Clifford James Mr. Clifford James Maillet, Sr., a beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and lifelong faithful servant in the Catholic Church.

Posted Apr 01, 2018
He is Risen!
He is Risen! Wishes for a Holy and Happy Easter From the Knights of Columbus CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz

Posted Mar 29, 2018
Founders Day!
Fr. Michael J. McGivney, the oldest of 13 born to Irish immigrants, was ordained a priest in 1877 for what was then the Diocese of Hartford, Connecticut. Catholics were a minority in New Haven, where Fr. McGivney served as a parish priest, and waves of immigrants were greeted by anti-Catholic sentiments.

Posted Mar 27, 2018
Tyler Diocese Annual Mass for Families
The Tyler Diocese held its 2nd Annual Mass for Families of the Knights of Columbus.

Posted Mar 25, 2018
Knights of Columbus Assembly #2517 of Humble, TX held a U.S. flag retirement ceremony on March 21, 2018. It was held in front of St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School flag pole.

Posted Mar 25, 2018
Annual Ceremonials Conference
Pictured is Ceremonials Chairman Phil Apgar and most of the Conferring Officers, Degree Captains and Degree members who met in Houston at their Annual Ceremonials Conference along with the Educational Committee, Major Directors and the Texas State Council Officers at their Annual Pre-convention meeting March 17-19-2018”.

Posted Mar 12, 2018
Council 14700 Receives 2017 Award for Best Fish Fry from AGH Chapter
After waiting a year the Brother of Council 14700, were honored and elated to receive the presentation of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Chapter Best of the Best Fish Fry award and plaque, from Chapter President and Assistant Diocese Deputy John Hinojosa.

Posted Mar 11, 2018
+Javier Martinez Obituary
Javier Sanchez Martinez was born to the late Ricardo and Santos Martinez, who worked tirelessly to provide for Javier and his three brothers, Ricardo, Ruben, and Robert. Their effort and devotion to their sons and their faith was influential in Javier’s life. Javier was a loving and devoted husband to Marietta for 37 years. Together they raised two sons, Francisco and Alonso Martinez.  As a family they grew up heavily involved in the Church, raising their sons to strengthen their bond with God and the Church. He graduated from the University of Texas with a Doctorate of JurisprudenceRead More

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