The Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a worldwide Catholic men’s organization that was established in 1882 by Blessed Michael J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut. The founding Principles of the Knights are: Charity, Unity, Fraternalism and Patriotism. The basic working units of the Knights of Columbus are done at the local Council level. The activities of the Knights here at St Katharine of Siena Council are to support our priests, parish and community. This parish ministry is a perfect way to develop comradery with other Catholic men in your parish, socially, in prayer, works of charity, and knowledge of your faith.
Knights of Columbus Scholarships
Did you know that the Knights of Columbus, the Catholic men’s group, provides scholarships to students who attend St. Katharine’s and other schools and colleges? Students in grades 1-8 at SKS school can apply for a $500 scholarship given by the St. Katharine’s Knights. A $1000 scholarship is available from the PA State Council of Knights for children in grades 1-12 at a Catholic school. High school seniors are eligible to apply for $1000 per year towards a Catholic or non-Catholic college. For more information, please click here
to contact the local Council.
Free Membership for a Year!
The Knights of Columbus is a worldwide men’s Catholic organization that empowers men to grow closer to Christ by living their faith at home, in their parish, at work and their community. As part of the Knight’s celebration of the beatification of Blessed Michael McGiveny, their founder, men are invited to join online at no cost.
Please join SKS Knights to meet likeminded men in our parish and develop friendships through shared beliefs, prayer and social and service activities.