The purpose of the Knights of Columbus is to provide spiritual growth for its members, and opportunities for service to the parish and to the larger community. The Knights are very active with pancake breakfasts, various dinners, Pro-Life activities, the sale of Tootsie Rolls for people with intellectual disabilities and the Special Olympics, as well as maintenance around the church and grounds.
Knights of Columbus
DSM2 District 46
Brother Knights meet on the first Thursday of the month in the parish hall. The evening starts with a meal at 6:00pm, rosary at 6:30pm, and then a meeting at 7:00pm with the Pledge of Allegiance. Meetings cover approval of previous minutes, Financial report, old business, and new business, ending at about 8:30.
Join now using the Knight of Columbus Official Page: http://www.kofc.org/un/en/membership/join/join.html. Complete the form and we will promptly contact you with details to get you ready!
On February 2, 1882, while an assistant pastor at Saint Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut, Father McGivney founded the Knights of Columbus with a small group of parishioners. Father McGivney died from pneumonia on the eve of the Assumption in 1890,
when he was only thirty-eight years old. The order now has over 1.7 million member families and thirteen thousand councils.
|Grand Knight||Brian Hunter|
|Deputy Grand Knight||Don Jacobson|
|Financial Secretary||Roger Graeve|
|Inside Guard||Larry Ravlin|
|Outside Guard||Louie Schultz|
|Board of Trustees||Dennis McEnearney|