Who can become a Knight?
Membership is open to all Catholic men 18 years of age or older. The only requirement is that they be a “Practicing Catholic” in communion with the Church, living up to the commandments of God and the precepts of the Church.
Why membership in the Knights?
Membership in the Knights provides opportunities for wholesome association and fellowship with companions committed to making our community a better place in the service of God and support of our local Catholic Church, community, and families.
What are the benefits of becoming a Knight?
Pride in being a part of the largest Catholic lay organization in the world. We are 1.8 million members strong throughout many countries the world over. Knights, and through them, their spouses and children, have the opportunity to obtain insurance in our member-owned top-ranked insurance program offering products focusing on the financial needs of members and their families; plus many more personal and family benefits.
What does it cost?
There is an annual fee of $36.00.
What is a Degree?
The Order is dedicated to the core principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism. These correspond to the four degrees of membership, each degree exemplifying one principle. The First Degree is required for a candidate to become an official member.
What does the Council offer?
Our Council has several service programs: these include: church, family, community, patriotic and youth. Within each of them are services and committee opportunities of which you may join based on your interests and skills. You will learn more about them after you join us.
Social/Civic Activities: Tootsie Roll campaign, Scholarship Awarded, Spring Fling, Mother's Day Breakfast, Spaghetti Dinner, Motorcycle Run, Parish Picnic.
When are the Meetings: Officer Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m., General Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. both in the Father Mathias Hall.
Communications: Each month our members receive the Council newsletter, “Knightly News”, covering current Council events and activities, reports and messages from officers and directors plus other features involving the members.