Knights of Columbus Night of Lenten Service

The Knights of Columbus’ Family of Man Council was honored to perform readings at the Stations of the Cross and sponsor a Lenten Soup Supper Night for the Parish of St. John Neumann on Friday, March 24, 2017.

Thirteen members from the Family of Man Council participated in the Stations of the Cross effort prior to the Lenten soup supper, led by Brother Tom Zorn. The Council would like to thank the following Knights who contributed in the readings:

Family of Man Council Brother Receives Knighthood Degree

On March 12, 2107, Brother Paul Watzlavick from the Family of Man Council was awarded his Knighthood Degree from the Knights of Columbus.

During a ceremony conducted by the Edward Douglass White Council #2473 at the Main Hall of the Columbus Club located in Arlington, Virginia, VA, over 40 Knights from several Knights of Columbus Councils in the Northern Virginia area received Knighthood Degrees which represents the principle of Fraternity where the good works of individual Knights illustrates how Catholics serve each other in fraternity and mercy.

Knights of Columbus Breaks Record With Charity Breakfast for SOAR

On Sunday, March 5, 2017 the Family of Man Council of the Knights of Columbus hosted its monthly Charity Breakfast for the Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR) organization who is headquartered in Washington, DC. SOAR raises funds and provides grants to help Catholic religious congregations in the United States care for their elderly and infirm members. These grants address practical immediate needs such as renovations for accessibility, automatic doors, hospital beds and assistive devices.

FoM Charity Fundraising Breakfast Sunday, March 5

SOAR Logo

The Knights of Columbus will host their monthly Charity Fundraising Breakfast next Sunday, March 5, between the 7:30 and 11:30 AM Masses in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium at St John Neumann. The beneficiary is a most worthy charity, Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!). SOAR! raises funds and provides grants to help Catholic religious congregations in the United States care for their elderly and infirm members. These grants address practical immediate needs such as renovations for accessibility, automatic doors, hospital beds and assistive devices.

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