Knights of Columbus


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Knight of Columbus

n. pl. Knights of Columbus
A member of a benevolent and fraternal society of Roman Catholic men founded in 1882.

Knights′ of Colum′bus


n.
an international fraternal and benevolent organization of Roman Catholic men, founded in 1882.
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on the second Tuesday of the month at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 10 Villa Court in Elgin.
The Knights of Columbus was founded in 1882, by the Venerable Father Michael McGivney, a priest at St.
Michael McGivney, the charismatic young priest who founded the Knights of Columbus in a church basement in New Haven, Connecticut, would make of his organization.
McGivney of the Philippines for his dedication to expanding the Knights of Columbus locally, Willmann worked for the radical transformation of faith into action.
The Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is sponsored annually, with winners progressing through local, district, regional, and state competitions.
A Fortune 1000 company, the Knights of Columbus earned its 39th consecutive A++, Superior rating for financial strength in June from ratings agency AM Best.
According to this report from Equally Blessed, a coalition of pro-LGBT Catholic organizations, the Knights of Columbus spent $6.
The Knights of Columbus sells life insurance to its members and provides a wide range of insurance products, including annuities, disability-income insurance and long-term care insurance.
We are extremely concerned about a practice that some Knights of Columbus councils in Ontario and in the Peterborough area in particular have adopted.
Sunday's shelter is in the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1255 E.
Vincent's Death Benefit League, any number of local parish TAB (total abstinence) societies, as well as the Knights of Columbus.
The Knights of Columbus sells mostly whole-life insurance and controls about $8 billion in assets, Dechant said.