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With the coming of the new Columbian Year, our website has been remodeled to bring us the news we need when we need it. 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. Due to this popularity you'll notice a change in this home page's layout to make it easier to find what you want.

Safe Environment Program Training

A Safe Environment Program Training course is set for January 15th 2019 at 7 PM to be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 9961 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove CA

Here is the flyer for the event. Also here is the information guide and some FAQs to help you be better informed.

Officer Natalie Corona, Color Corps Funeral Service

Officer Natalie Corona was a 22 year old Police Officer with the Davis Police Department. She was ambushed and killed on January 10, 2019. Officer Corona had completed her Field Training Officer Training just before Christmas, and was on patrol by herself as a full fledged police officer. Officer Corona dreamed of being a police officer and following in her father’s footsteps. Her father, Merced Corona, a retired Sherif’sb Sgt. from Colusa County Sheriff’s Office, is a Sir Knight with Santa Maria Assembly #1959 in Marysville, and a 3rd Degree member (PGK) of John Paul II Council #14112 in Arbuckle.

The Worthy District Master TW has authorized this call out in full traditional regalia (tux, chapeau, cape), as Merced Corona (Officer Natalie Corona’s father) has requested this as he is familiar with the traditional regalia. We are to honor the family’s request, and we are to honor Officer Natalie Corona.

Date: Thursday, January 17, 2019
Location: Holy Cross Catholic Church, 408 Laurel St., Arbuckle, CA. 95912
CC Arrival Time: 3:30 PM
Mass Start Time: 5:00 PM
Contact Person: WSDM Tim Fukuda, (916) 539-4811

Commanders, please send this information out to your Color Corps members immediately.

Faithful Navigators, please send this out to your assemblies that anyone attending that wants to participate in the procession, not in the Color Corps, please be in Tuxedo, with social baldric and white gloves.

Let’s have a good showing to show support for the Corona Family, and for support of Law Enforcement. In this day and age, Law Enforcement needs all the support they can get.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call, email, or text me.

Thank You,
Tim Fukuda
Senior District Marshal
(916) 539-4811

Keep Christ in Christmas Poster Program

Here is the information for this wonderful poster contest.

Walk for Life 2019

On Saturday, January 26, about 50,000 San Franciscans, joined by young pro-lifers from as far away as Arizona, Colorado, Oklahoma and Alaska will fill the city’s Civic Center Plaza and Market Street at the 14th Annual Walk for Life West Coast. Check out this flyer to order your Walk for Life T-shirts.

KofC Peace Keepers: We need Peace Keepers at the Civic Center starting at 10:00 am. We should finish the walk around 3:30-4:00 pm.

If you can help as a Peace Keeper contact Steve Hagarty at 925-595-3391 or . The sign-up table will be at the Civic Center by the main crosswalk on Larkin Street, look for the KofC table. If you are walking with your parish or Council please stop by the sign-up table and pick-up a Peace Keeper vest to show the KofC support for this event.

Steve Hagarty
WFL Chairman

Chapter Meeting January 19th

Our next Chapter meeting will be in Sacramento at St. Paul's 8720 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA. Here is the flyer. Here is the GK Questionnaire. Also, if needed here is the Sick and Deceased Report. Save these dates for future chapter meetings.

Financial Beacon Life-Changing Events

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

State/Supreme News

Help Our Numbers Make a Difference 

It would also be a good time to check in with your -- check! -- to pay your annual membership dues and look over your calendar for the last year. What kinds of community, church, youth and other services did you do? These hours all count towards a special report your Financial Secretary needs to submit. So, plan to "knock his socks off" and turn in your information early. Also, if you know of someone who plans to retire from the Knights of Columbus membership, encourage them to talk to the Financial Secretary to make this a reality. Happy Holidays and Happy Birthday Jesus. For help finding the appropriate forms, go to: and look for the category of "Administrative Forms". Then, go to the Form #1728 Annual Survey of Fraternal Activity and #1728A Survey of Fraternal Activity Individual Member Worksheet. Hope this helps.

Knights around the country send support to Wildfire victims

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


Help Hurricane Michael Victims

Dear Brother Knights,  

Thanks to your help, Knights accomplished so much in the wake of Hurricane Florence.

Now, your help is again urgently needed.

Hurricane Michael has battered Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, and it’s heading northeast.

As we send this email, more than 1 million homes have been damaged. Some are completely submerged by water, others completely flattened by 155mph winds or caught in uncontrolled fires. Hazardous conditions have closed off roads and cell towers have toppled, leaving thousands cut off from communication and help.

It’s the strongest hurricane to hit Florida's panhandle ever, and the strongest to hit Georgia since 1898. And in the Carolinas, 50-55 mph wind gusts and flash flooding are tearing through areas not yet recovered from Florence.

Our brother Knights, their families and communities need your support. No matter how much you give, your generosity and prayers can help us meet their needs in the days ahead.

Please DONATE TODAY. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go directly to relief efforts.  

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