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If you have events in the Chapter and State areas, please submit the information to

Thank you to the councils who are posting their events with us.

October State News

Please read this letter from our State Programs Director Brother Jim Larson

A Call-out to All Brother Knights, Check on Your Brother

This is a CALL OUT TO ALL BROTHER KNIGHTS IN THE NOR-CAL CHAPTER. We must check on all our Brother Knights in this Chapter to determine if he and his family need assistance. This is especially true of our older brothers that are homebound, live alone and may not have family close by to provide assistance. Ask if they need bottled water, food, a ride to the store, etc.

Please check on all your Brother Knights and their families to see if there is anything we as Knights can do to help. Now is the time to step into the breach and be bold to help your Brother Knights. On top of the COVID-19, we have problems with wildfires across California. We have six major fires in Southern California – five in Central California – five in the San Francisco Bay Area and 14 in Northern California today.

YOU are not alone, we are ready and willing to HELP. I need to know if there are Brother Knights or family members who are in NEED. I won't know unless you reach out. Please call or email with a response to this message.

Vivat Jesus,
Bro. Salvatore Di Marco III
Disaster Response Chairman
Nor Cal Chapter Knights of Columbus


State Programs Message:

So far since July I presented the State Programs information to 4 Districts. I have conveyed through our Chapter Vice President that I am available to assist any Councils in our Chapter. If you would like for me to present to your Council please contact me through you DD or directly at or (707) 373-4913

Thank you, Brother George Bagley Assistant State Programs Director-North.

National Vocations Awareness Week

National Vocations Awareness Week is November 1st through the 7th. Since we cannot gather in person at this time, we would like to invite you Brother Knights and family to join us on a teleconference on Saturday October 24th at participate in a Rosary and discussion concerning Vocations.

Date: Saturday, October 24th
Time: 10 am
Location: Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 811 5373 0728
By phone: +1 669 900 9128 (San Jose)

The point of contact for this meeting is Diocese Vocations Office Manager Marisela Smith at

The second event will be another Rosary prayed during the week of November 1-7th. I will place the date and information when I find out. Here are our Seminarians. We are blessed to have these 7 men.

However. We need the biblical math of 7 x 70. If you have any questions or comments that will help us recruit more seminarians, please contact me at or (707) 373-4913

Thank you,
Brother George Bagley
Chapter Vocations Chairman

Save the Date: Vocations Benefits Dinner

The 9th Annual Chapter Vocations Benefits Dinner will occur on Saturday July 31, 2021 at: St Mary’s Church in Sacramento. Please save the date. More information will follow soon.

Thank you,
Brother George Bagley
Chapter Vacations Chairman

Prayer Service in Honor of Father Michael McGivney and
Bilingual Exemplification of Charity, Unity and Fraternity

A prayer service in honor of Father Michael McGivney’s beatification on October 31st, Northern California Chapter will be holding a Prayer Service and bilingual Exemplification of Charity, Unity and Fraternity Ceremonial on Friday evening at 6:00pm. See the flyers in English and Spanish for further information.

RSVP deadline for reservations is Wednesday, October 28th. Contact George Bagley at or (707) 373-4913 to make reservations or for additional information.

Also see Chapter President Don Harmata’s message on Father McGivney’s beatification and the bilingual exemplification.

Our Freedom Is in Danger

Hello Ladies and Gentlemen,
   I don't normally post such messages, but this is rather important for our patriotism.

They want to replace our national anthem with something written by a Brit.  We were under their rule and fought for our freedom from them for too many years.  Read this article and pray that this does not happen.

If you want to see a constitutional horror show in the making, Google this phrase, “New Way Forward Act”. If you’re not praying the rosary after reading what this act is promoting you will be, I guarantee it.

(from WDS Ed Blake)
Sincerely, Webmaster Karen Rich

Live Streaming Masses

As many of us are shut in because of the Covid 19 virus, we have had to substitute our regular Mass attendance with offerings from either the internet or our TV’s. I wanted to share with all of you a source for Mass that my sister-in-law shared with us.

This Mass is put on by:

Heart Of The Nation
1205 S. 70th Street, Suite 701
Milwaukee, WI 53214
TOLL FREE: 1-855-855-MASS (6277)
Milwaukee: 1-414-475-4700
Fax Number: 1-414-475-3621

Normally, Catholic TV Mass is celebrated by Heart Of The Nation at St. Francis de Sales Seminary in Milwaukee, WI. However, the Seminary chapel is currently unavailable so this Catholic Mass is being presented at St. Joseph’s Croatian Parish in Milwaukee, WI.

The Mass is presented every Sunday morning at 8:30 AM on KOFY TV-20, (Comcast Channel 13), San Francisco, CA. The Mass lasts for 30 minutes and moves quickly. What’s of interest is how the Mass is conducted. There is a choir from St. Joseph’s Parish somewhere in the Milwaukee area that consists of about 7 people and a keyboardist. The choir members are spaced 6’ apart, they do not wear masks, and they sound great.

So next Sunday, if you would like to have a different experience “watching” Mass, we would urge you to check this out.

Note: Masses can also be found at and St. Patrick Catholic Church Placerville.

Membership Incentives

Check out this flyer for membership incentives. The recruiter incentives begin June 1st, while all others begin July 1st.

Steps to a successful webinar

Check this information for your online presentation

Online (Virtual) Meetings

My Brothers,

Please find guidance regarding Online (Virtual) Meetings. This guidance has been provided to us from Supreme as we deal with the changes and challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please ensure this is provided to every council in your respective area. Praying you Stay Safe, Stay Healthy.

Rene Trevino
State Advocate 2019-2020

Coronavirus Restrictions

My Brothers,

Chapter President Michael Jones is requesting all Council Officers to sign up for this special webinar on using digital tools for meetings, voting and staying in touch with your members.

Remember to click the link and download the special pandemic prayer.  Distribute the prayer to your council members.

God Bless and stay safe.

Jerry Fong, PCP
Nor Cal Chapter Communications


Webmaster's Note: Please assume that all in-person meetings are cancelled until further notice. If you see something I have overlooked, please let me know, so I can remove it. Email is or call 530-306-3110.

Council Assessment Announcement

April 2, 2020

Worthy Financial Secretaries,

During these uncertain times we hope this finds you and your family well.

Because of the current issues with the coronavirus, we are sensitive to the impact that this has had on our councils. As a result, the Supreme Council has decided to waive the suspension process for the January 1, 2020 assessments. No council will be suspended on April 10, 2020.

Additionally, the Supreme Council will not levy Per Capita, Catholic Advertising, or Culture of Life assessments on July 1, 2020 for the second half of the calendar year.

Please know that this message has since been conveyed to state deputies.

We have taken measures to make sure that your council does not receive additional delinquent notifications and reports. However, if you receive anything to the contrary, please let know so that they can make sure your council can concentrate on the more pressing matters of COVID-19.

We hope that you remain safe and healthy.

Michael J. O’Connor
Supreme Secretary

Essay Competitions

Keep Christ in Christmas
Supreme Catholic Citizenship
State Catholic Stewardship

Worthy Brothers:

By this time everyone of the Essay Chairman should have:

The forms for both State Essay competitions are 2 sided with entry info on one side and the Instructions on the back side. Target dates also printed on the back of the entry forms.

The 3 Essay programs have been gaining strength for the last 3 years.

For more detailed information on the 3 Essay programs go the State website and look down the colored sidebar to the left on the Home page and click on any of the 3 specific programs. There is a lot of detailed information on the sidebar for all three programs.

If there are any questions please email me at or call me 925-673-8564

Let’s keep the ball rolling for more Essay participation than ever before. There were 5 Supreme Citizenship Essay award recipients from California of the 15 possible Supreme winners. Our Youth do an excellent job of writing Essays. Give them an opportunity to continue to do so.

God’s Blessings on all
Vivat Jesus
Claire Tryon, CA State Essay Chairman


Feed the Athletes

2020 - 2021 Columbian Year

Dates above are also on the calendar.

Thank you & God Bless
Your Brother in Christ
Charles Beltz DD4
Northern California Chapter Intellectual Disabilities Chairman
California State Council Special Olympics Committeeman

Chapter Meeting November 21st

Check this list for future chapter meetings.

More details will be posted as they become available.

Sick and Deceased Report This is also available on the Forms page

Chapter Soccer Contest

A Higher Purpose Provide an athletic outlet for youth ages 9 to 14, boys and girls, through penalty kick competition. Designed for players to demonstrate their skills in the penalty kick.

As you know, we are in uncharted waters with this pandemic. We don't know if "all" schools will start a combination of remote learning and/or in-person in the fall. The Soccer Challenge is traditionally our first youth program of the year. It is soccer penalty kick competition, done outside, we can practice six feet social distancing, everyone can wear masks and ball retrievers can wear gloves. Please coordinate with your local school and ask if we can get permission to conduct the soccer challenge this year.

If given permission, take all pandemic precautions. Safety First!

Ages 9, 10 and 11 year old, boys and girls, (#4 size soccer ball) kick from the 10 yard penalty line to the soccer goal.

Ages 12, 13 and 14 year old boys and girls, (#5 size soccer ball) kick from the 12 yard penalty line to the soccer goal.

Moving forward, our local councils and district are not participating in this years Soccer Challenge. I received a call from brother Pete Lopez , District 5, Council 6149 Auburn, Ca. They plan to run their Council and District level Soccer Challenge competition in Auburn this month. Brother Pete to follow up with me on the date, location and competition times.

I requested and have scheduled our 2020 Northern Chapter Soccer Challenge earlier this year for Sunday, October 25, 2020 here at St. John's Parish soccer field at 10 am for registration/check-in and 11 am for the start of competition.

If given permission, take all pandemic precautions. Safety First!

Registration Time: Registration starts at 10:00 am to 11:00 am
Practice to follow after registration
Opening Prayer and Welcome: 10:45 am State Council Officer/Representative
Review Soccer Rules & Regulations Soccer Coordinator

Competition Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 am - 9 and 10 year old, boys and girls
12:00 am to 1:00 pm - 11 and 12 year old, boys and girls
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm - 13 and 14 year old, boys and girls
Awards Presentation: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm Chapter Officer/Representative

If given permission, take all pandemic precautions. Safety First!

We are going to need help and volunteers with settings up tables for registration and trophies, two score keepers, one line judge and one ball retriever, on Sunday, October 25, 2020 during and after the Chapter Soccer Challenge competition from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Contact Perry Parks at

Safe Environment Compliance Reporting

Worthy Brothers,

You have asked and Supreme has made the reports available WEEKLY regarding Safe Environment!! This was sent out to ALL Chapter Presidents, DD Mentors, and All DD's of record, and all those that recieve the STAR.TRACKER report.

Thank You,
Ken Rose
CA State Membership Data
1400 Meredith Ave #84
Gustine, CA 95322

Wanted to share the news that the member status report is now available each week in Officers Online. This announcement was shared with all State Deputies at the recent meeting in Orlando as well.

See the files in English and Spanish. I think this will go a long way towards helping our members understand exactly where they stand with Safe Environment Compliance. Feel free to share with your Jurisdiction and help get the word out.

Just as Officers Online works now, what a member can view will depend on his access to Officers Online, and the fact that DDs will now be able to view the compliance of all their councils will bring more councils into compliance more quickly each year.

We are listening and making improvements.

Robert J. Kish Jr.
Territorial Growth Director - West
Dept. of Fraternal Mission
Supreme Council Knights of Columbus
Cell 541-760-2821
Po Box 1332
Philomath, OR. 97370

Coats for Kids

Click here for the Coats for Kids form. Make your Coats for Kids drive shine with this helpful guide.

Council Credit/Debit Cards

Plan to read this update on methods of payment for our local councils. The memo is here and the procedures are here.

Financial Beacon Life-Changing Events

Check out this document for long-term care, life insurance and final instructions advice.

State/Supreme News

Say This Prayer During Pandemic

A pandemic prayer is available on YouTube if you choose and is on the Supreme YouTube Channel

New Combined Exemplification of Charity, Unity and Fraternity

Read this message from our State Deputy regarding this change for our degrees.

Wheelchair Initiative

Plan some funds in your council to support our Wheelchair Initiative. More details available in the flyer here.

Official Guidebook Launch - Leave No Neighbor Behind

Dear Brother Knight,

A few moments ago, the Supreme Knight launched the Coronavirus Pandemic Response Guidebook for Knights of Columbus councils. This new program, developed in record time, offers practical, safe, and helpful suggestions for actions to be taken by councils and assemblies during the pandemic crisis.

Please download the guidebook, review it closely, and use it to guide the service actions of your members during this time of acute need. In short, the main pillars of the program are:

  1. Support Your Brother Knights
  2. Support Your Parish
  3. Support Your Community
  4. Feed the Hungry
  5. Participate in Blood Drives

Download Guidebook

You are encouraged to do whatever portions of the program are suitable and feasible for your members and assets. Close partnerships with your pastors and community leaders are essential elements of this program.

The Supreme Council and Staff are working hard to coordinate the efforts of the entire Order during these challenging times. Please don’t hesitate to ask for assistance. And please don’t hesitate to share your good ideas with

Thank you for Stepping into the Breach in this war with the Coronavirus. Your prayers, charitable contributions, and brave service will save lives and hasten the return to normal life.

Vivat Jesus.

Tom McCaffrey
Vice President
Fraternal Excellence

State Poster Contest Competitions

Here is the Keep Christ in Christmas Handbook

Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest participation form
Keep Christ in Christmas poster contest entry form

Here is the Substance Abuse Handbook
More details to be posted when they become available.

Help Support the Columbian Retirement Home

A few months ago, I called on you, and all California grand knights, to consider a Council donation to this year’s Columbian Retirement Home Appeal. If your Council is among those councils that have already responded, I thank you. If not, I respectfully again ask for you to lead your Council in supporting this Brother Helping Brother mission.

In my earlier appeal to you, I stressed our increased financial need, driven by decreasing revenue from the Corporation’s small investment portfolio, increasing operating costs, and continued rental subsidies. Now, our finances face even further strain as we are looking at the requirement to replace the heating and air conditioning system at our Columbian Center in Marysville.

Having served us for over 30 years, and as a convent for religious for many prior years, this HVAC system is now over 60 years old, inefficient, increasingly unsupportable and costlier with each year. This requirement to install a serviceable HVAC system at Marysville will yield additional cost savings long term, and we are assessing even more savings through future electrical service changes, but achieving these long-term savings come with up-front cost.

As I reported to you in my April letter, we have already taken what actions we can to minimize our current operating costs, thereby increasing funds available for direct support of those we serve. Among those actions we reduced postal costs this year by more than 80% by not sending individual letters to all 78,000 California knights, instead appealing to them through you, as their Council leader, to generate needed support.

This is why I am repeating my appeal to you to consider designating the Columbian Retirement Home Inc. as a one of the recipients of funds planned for charitable support in 2019. If your current budget will not allow, then I ask that you add an additional event to your 2019 program dedicated to fund such a Council donation.

Finally, please accept my heartfelt gratitude for your kind consideration in assisting us in our Mission. I look forward to receiving your donation of support, which you can mail to: Columbian Retirement Home Inc., P.O. Box 4338, El Monte, Ca 91734-0438.

Fraternally yours, Ross W. Willour, PSD
230 8th St.
Marysville, CA 95901
(530) 743-7542

Executive Vice President
Victor L. Pesce, PCP

David E. Williams, FDD

Your 2019-2020 Toolkit

Plan to bookmark the July issue of Knightline to help you have the most successful year ever!

Quick Tips from Fraternal

Thank you for all the work you do every day to help Catholic men become better husbands, fathers, sons and neighbors. It is our goal to provide you with the resources you need to do even more of the work that must be done and to be successful in your evangelization and growth efforts.

We are launching a new "Quick Tips From Fraternal" video series to help you, as a council leader, be more successful in your efforts to engage and recruit more prospective Knights. Every few weeks, we will release a new video via e-mail and on the Leadership Resources section of the website . The first video of this series features Damien O'Connor, Senior Director of Member Experience and Formation, and current grand knight of his parish council in Trumbull, CT. He provides six tips to successfully communicate with your pastor.

I hope you find these videos helpful and useful as you continue the good and necessary work you do. As always, thank you for all you do every day to grow the Order and keep the vision of Fr. McGivney alive. I wish you a blessed Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Mark McMullen
Senior Vice President
Membership and Fraternal Mission

Ceremonials Information

Worthy Chapter President, District Mentor, and District Deputy,

I note there is a problem with the changes we made in Ceremonials this year. So I would like to clarify some things that were stated at the Organizational District Deputy Meeting.

1. All requests for Knighthood and Formation Degrees, should be sent to the District Mentor and Chapter President for coordination and approval. They will send it to me for assignment of Conferring Officers or access to Formation Degree Team material from Supreme.

2. The email to use for these requests is

3. Remind all Degree Teams that the use of the Baldric is the preferred uniform for all degrees.

Any questions, please read the Membership Handbook for the Ceremonials section; then contact your District Mentor and Chapter President and then me.

Timothy L. Carvalho, PSD
State Ceremonials Chairman

Protecting Our Children: A Family's Response

I invite you to watch “Protecting Our Children: A Family’s Response,” the story of one family’s experience with child sex abuse and the hope and healing that followed. In this film, a brother Knight and his wife share the importance of faith and family in addressing the sexual abuse of their son by a close family friend. You will feel the pain of what they describe, but you will be glad that you met this family. Their hope is that all who hear their story will be equipped with the critical knowledge and specific steps needed to better protect the children in their lives. My hope is that this film will bring families, parishes and communities closer together to protect children from the serious risk of sexual abuse.


Carl A. Anderson
Supreme Knight

1,000 Ultrasounds:
The KofC’s Greatest Humanitarian Effort WATCH VIDEO

Millions of babies have had a chance at life, thanks to 1,000 ultrasound machines donated by you and your brother Knights around the world.

Congratulations to our Knights in Manassas, Va., where the 1,000th machine was just dedicated! Read about the dedication here.

At the dedication, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said that the Knights of Columbus Ultrasound Initiative is the greatest humanitarian effort the organization has ever undertaken.

“Today represents a very concrete way in which millions of lives are changed for the better by the Catholic community coming together and volunteering together,” said Anderson. “What greater legacy can a person have than to save a child’s life?”

As hundreds of thousands gather in Washington, D.C., to pay witness to the Culture of Life, check out the video below and share our pride in the Knights of Columbus Ultrasound program!


You can further support the pro-life cause by contributing to the Knights of Columbus Charities Culture of Life Fund. Click here to donate.


Reach Prospects Electronically!

Worthy Brothers,

Online Membership is allowing us to reach younger men where they are:  on their cell phones, tablets, and computers.  Statewide, over 250 men have joined the Order online so far this Columbian Year.  However, many other men have expressed interest in learning more about the Knights but were not quite ready to pay the $30 dues and join Online.

Now we have a tool to utilize that will automatically invite a Prospect to join Online and send him weekly messages about the Knights of Columbus.  Supreme is offering us automated, online marketing software called “Marketo”.  Each Council can request a Lead Generation Program for use at special events, conferences, and in-person prospecting opportunities.  Think of it as aDigital Prospect Card that will automatically send a weekly informational email to men who sign up!  Go to  The page request form automatically sends your Membership Team an email with all the information they need to create the program.  In 2-4 days, the council receives a custom URL, available on any device, and the Lead Generation Program is ready to use.

When you use the link above, you will see this simple page:

Once your Council receives its Lead Generation Program, the page that a Prospect will complete asks only for First Name, Last Name, and Email.  You will need to use your laptop, pad, or Smart Phone to allow Prospects to sign up.  (Note: It is NOT intended to be sent out via email directly to Prospects.)

Once form is filled out, a prospect immediately receives a customized email from Council with link to join the Knights of Columbus online: 

The prospect is also enrolled in a nurture drip-email campaign, and will receive additional information weekly.

Finally, the Council receives a copy of all contacts enrolled via their custom “Marketo” form.

Then, bring a laptop, pad, or smart phone to all of your Council’s Faith In Action events and have one of your Brother Knights help men use your Council’s Digital Prospect Card.

Keep in mind that you should continue to offer the “You Were Born A Man, You Become A Knight” Online Membership card (Form #10536) to men when you are not using the Digital Prospect Card to sign them up via an electronic device.

Remember the December Challenge:  “Become A Knight Before Christmas.” (or at least by New Year’s Day)  Each Council was challenged to bring in one more Brother by 12/31/18.  Give your Council a Christmas present:  bring in a new Brother!

Please forward this message to any Brother Knight who may choose to use it to help build your Council. 

Yours in Service,

Michael Brault
California State Membership Director


Council Officers Elections

My Brothers All,
The State Office is already receiving forms 185’s from councils that have already had their elections.

Please Review Elections in Sec 128 on page 54 of the Rules of the order that state your elections must happen in the last two weeks of May or the first two weeks of June each year. If your Bylaws say something else then you need to change them they can not conflict with the Supreme rules of the Order.

On Page 54,

Election SEC. 128. All officers, except the Financial Secretary, Lecturer and Chaplain, shall be elected annually, by ballot, at a regular business meeting held between the ​​fifteenth day of May to and including the fifteenth day of June each year, and with the exception of the Trustees who shall serve for terms not to exceed three years as provided by Section 145, said officers shall hold their offices for the term of one year from the first day of July following, and until their successors are elected and qualified. Provided, however, that elective officers of councils identified with colleges and universities may be elected at a regular business meeting held between the first day of March to and including the first day of June in each year after written notice is given to the members of the date selected.

Coats for Kids

Click here for the Coats for Kids form. Make your Coats for Kids drive shine with this helpful guide.

Super Bowl: Giving Coats for Kids The Knights of Columbus held a Super Bowl Coats for Kids event on Saturday, January 26th, at Mission San Felipe de Jesus in Forest Park, GA. Volunteers and Special Guest worked to Distribute over 600 warm winter coats to the children of this Mission. Join the Knights of Columbus today:

Council participation is simple. To learn more about this great program, visit To order coats for kids, click here. Or, should you like to find more details about the program, contact the Fraternal Mission Department at 203-752-4270 or .

Council Visibility

Worthy Brothers,

Although we are often reluctant to do so, every council should publicize its charitable works and activities whenever possible. Your parishioners should clearly see the Knights of Columbus are alive and active in your parish and community. Following are ideas to increase the visibility of your council and demonstrate our commitment in the parishes we serve:

  1. Ask all Brother Knights to wear their name badges whenever they are at church.
  2. Order council polo shirts, t-shirts, hats, vests, or jackets and encourage Brothers to wear them.
  3. Make use of your parish bulletin. Be sure to ask for a bulletin announcement on the weekend before an event, the weekend of the event, and even a thank you for participating the weekend after an event. If it was a fundraiser; show your results, where the money is going, and thank parishioners for their contributions.
  4. Whenever possible, write your bulletin announcements as an open invitation to all parishioners and add at the end of the announcement, “Sponsored by Knights of Columbus Council __________ at ___________ parish.
  5. Use Knights of Columbus tablecloths, canopies and canopy back walls whenever you can. Use them at your breakfasts, dinners, sign up tables, membership drives, food collection tables (Food for Families), and at any event sponsored by the council.
  6. NOTE: tablecloths, canopies and canopy back walls can be ordered from links found on the state website: or using the forms below. Tablecloths ​will be available for purchase at a reduced cost at the annual State Convention in Sacramento May 17-19, 2018.

  7. Always have flyers with a name, phone #, and email of a person to contact in church entryways and reception areas around your parish. Include, contact cards, photo displays of Knights in action andColumbia magazines in church offices and waiting areas.
  8. Focus on sponsoring spiritual activities (5th Sunday Rosary, men’s retreats, prayer groups, Bible studies, etc.) Show your parish that your council helps to deepen the Faith of the men who are involved.
  9. In addition, focus on sponsoring family activities such as parish dinners (even pot luck dinners), family movie nights, family camping trips, talent shows, etc. Sponsoring family events is a great way to involve growing families in the parish (with young fathers) in Knights of Columbus activities.
  10. Consider ordering the “Domestic Church Kiosk and Booklet Set” for your parish. Booklets are available in English or in Spanish. For $150, you will get the Kiosk with 225 booklets (15 each of 15 different booklets). Order using this web page:

All of these should serve to increase Knights of Columbus visibility in your parish and community.
​Here are some forms to help you order the items mentioned above:

"Change a Life, Recruit a New Knight!"

Yours in Service,

Michael D. Brault
Assistant Membership Director and Recruitment Chairman

Another method to make your council visible is to share your Council's Story. Check out this issue of Knightline for publicity details

"Plan Conduct Act Fraternal Training Webinar!!"

Recorded Live - After the Live Presentation
Available anytime for replay
Knights of Columbus councils, since the time of our Order's founding, have actively responded to the most pressing issues facing people in our parishes and communities.

In this 1-hour fraternal presentation, we’ll offer advice to help you:
Plan Council Events that build Fraternity
Conduct Programs that Attract and Engage
Act in Charity's Sweet Name!

We will have Resources at Your Service in the Resource Widget. Register, attend as an individual or as a council group!

Click on this link to register

Substance Abuse Poster Contest

The Substance Abuse Poster Contest can begin as soon as early September, but participation packets need to be ordered by Oct. 31st. Here are some items you may need:

Diocesan News

Seminarian Update

Here is a flyer updating our list of seminarians for the Sacramento Diocese. Let us show them how the Knights will support them from now on in their extremely valuable vocation.