Knights of Columbus

Holy Father John Paul the Second Council #14326

     As part of a local and international Catholic benevolent organization, the Knights exist to �render aid to its members, their families and beneficiaries and render mutual assistance to the sick, disabled and needy. Promote social and intellectual interchanges among its members, promote and conduct educational, charitable, religious, social welfare, war relief and public relief and to assist the parish and the Catholic Church with its mission.�
     This fraternal order benefits individuals as well as the church and people in general. It serves to make its members better and more involved Catholics, Christians and citizens. Our pillars of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism contribute to the spiritual, emotional and physical well being of its members and the community.
     Members should be a Catholic gentleman in good standing of 18 years or older and interested in contributing to the success of the organization, its members and the church.

Time Commitment:Members of this Ministry meet quarterly at a meeting of 1 to 1 � hours, but the time commitment varies as required. Separate committees exist for St. John Vianney and Our Lady of Victory.