February Pancake Breakfast

Please join the Family of Man Council and your fellow parishioners as we host our monthly Pancake Breakfast for charity on February 7, 2016, between the end of the 7:30 AM Mass and the start of the 11:30 AM Mass. Breakfast is served in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium at St John Neumann Church.Your at-will offering will benefit Christ Our King parish in Wilmington, DE (http://www.christourkingcatholicchurch.org). Rev. Joseph T. Brennan, OSFS, a former Parochial Vicar at St John Neumann, is the pastor of Christ Our King.

Family of Man Council Sir Knights Serve As Honor Guard for Bishop Loverde

From left: SK John Bradley, SK Bob Balog, SK Steve Saiget, SK Rafael Gonzalez, and SK Emer Credo.
Bishop Paul Loverde at the end of Mass

Two members of our Family of Man Council 7566 Sir Knights had the honor to serve as members of the Honor Guard for Bishop Paul Loverde who was the celebrant for the Diocese of Arlington’s final day of SIMBANG GABI (Filipino Advent 9-day Novena Masses) that was held at St. John Neumann Catholic Church on December 23, 2015.

January Pancake Breakfast

The Knights of Columbus will be busy in the kitchen again on Sunday, January 3, serving breakfast in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium from 8:30 to 11:30am. After coming together at the Lord’s Table, we can come together for a wonderful, nourishing breakfast prepared by the Knights, with fellowship guaranteed to bring smiles to your faces as you swap tales of your Christmas celebrations.

Welcome Family of Man Council's Newest Sir Knights

elcome to our newest Sir Knights to the Family of Man Council. From left: Sir Knight David Siewert, Sir Knight Chris Yorke (official observer) Sir Knight Alexander Zane, Sir Knight George Armstrong, Sir Knight Tom Zorn and Sir Knight Chris Gallagher.

On Saturday, October 31st at the Westfield's Marriott Washington Dulles Hotel, over 266 candidates from around Northern Virginia and the surrounding regions were exemplified to the status of Fourth Degree and earned the designation of "Sir Knight";. This was the third largest group in the history of the Knights of Columbus in the State of Virginia to receive such an honor.

Family of Man Council Supports Human Trafficking Awareness Night

A well-attended event on Human and Teen Sex Trafficking in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium.

In collaboration with the Office of Outreach and the Social Justice Ministry, Worthy Knights from our Council assisted in hosting an evening on October 28th in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium, which brought awareness of the prevalence of human and teen sex trafficking within the Northern Virginia region, including the Reston and Herndon communities.